Information pack – Regenerative viticulture

This information pack contains a list of freely accessible relevant resources that you can access directly online, followed by a list of hard copy and paywalled publications that can be requested from the AWRI library free of charge.

For access to a more extensive collection of resources, Australian grapegrowers and winemakers can also search the AWRI library database.




Avila, B. 2022. Tablas Creek levels up organic practices to regenerative. Wine Business Monthly 29(11): 66-73.

Costa, J.M., Caterino, S., Escalona, J.M., Comuzzo, P. 2022. Improving sustainable viticulture and winemaking practices. London: Academic Press. (Australian grapegrowers and winemakers can access the eBook here.)

COWI, Ecologic Institute, IEEP. 2021. Technical guidance handbook – setting up and implementing result-based carbon farming mechanisms in the EU: Report to the European Commission, DG Climate Action. Kongens Lyngby: COWI.

Doring, J., Friedel, M., Hendgen, M., Stoll, M., Kauer, R. 2022. Soil management in sustainable viticultural systems: an agroecological evaluation. Improving sustainable viticulture and winemaking practices. London: Academic Press. (Australian grapegrowers and winemakers can access the eBook here.)

Ferrer, J.R., Garcia-Cortijo, M.-C., Pinilla, V., Castillo-Valero, J.-S., Serrano, R. 2023. Sustainability and growth: Evidence from Spanish wine industry. Span. J. Agric. Res. 21(2): e0104

Giller, K.E., Hijbeek, R., Andersson, J.A., Sumberg, J. 2021. Regenerative Agriculture: an agronomic perspective. Outlook on Agriculture 50(1): 13-25.

Graca, A., Porto, J.V., Rioux, D., Oliveira, N., Bateira, C. 2023. High-resolution geomatics tools: Sustainably managing commercial vineyards to address the UN SDGs. BIO Web of Conferences 56: 01010.

Grelet, G., Lang, S. 2021. Regenerative agriculture in Aotearoa New Zealand – research pathways to build science-based evidence and national narratives. Massey University.

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. 2023. Climate change 2021: The physical science basis. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press: 2391 p.

Leask, R. 2019. Is being sustainable enough for Australian wine? Regenerative agriculture can redefine what is best practice viticulture. Nuffield International Scholar Reports.

Mulvey, P., Mulvey, F. 2021. The emergence of regenerative agriculture: a potential solution? Ground breaking: soil security and climate change. Melbourne, Vic.: Kerr Publishing: 84-89. (Australian grapegrowers and winemakers can access the eBook here.)

Mura, R., Vicentini, F., Botti, L.M., Chiriaco, M.V. 2023. Economic and environmental outcomes of a sustainable and circular approach: Case study of an Italian wine-producing firm. Journal of Business Research 154: 113300.

Newton, P., Civita, N., Frankel-Goldwater, L., Bartel, K., Johns, C. 2020. What is Regenerative Agriculture? A review of scholar and practitioner definitions based on processes and outcomes. Front. Sustain. Food Syst. 4: 577723.

Reiff, J.M., Sudarsan, K., Hoffmann, C., Entling, M.H. 2023. Arthropods on grapes benefit more from fungicide reduction than from organic farming. Pest Manag. Sci. 79(9): 3271-3279.

Retallack, M. 2021. EcoVineyards are growing resilience and future proofing production whilst adapting to disruptive change. Farm Policy Journal (Winter): 36-47.

Robertson, M., Macdonald, B., Farrell, M., Norman, H., Macdonald, L., Vadakattu, G., Taylor, J. 2022. What can science offer the proponents of regenerative agriculture practices? Occasional paper No. 22.01. Australian Farm Institute.

Wang, Q. J., Dalsgard, J., Giacalone, D. 2022. Shopping for a sustainable future: two case studies on consumer perception of organic cotton and wine. Food Qual. Prefer. 96: 104405.