- Technical notes published in Technical Review
- Ask the AWRI columns published in Australian & New Zealand Grapegrower & Winemaker
- AWRI Reports published in Wine & Viticulture Journal
- Vineyards of the world columns published in Wine Industry Journal
In addition, more than 2,000 AWRI-authored papers are available to search and request below.
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10 Most Recent Publications
- Novel methods to manipulate autolysis in sparkling wine: effects of yeast.
- Ask the AWRI: Applying regenerative agriculture practices in viticulture.
- Smoke analysis at the AWRI: a testing year.
- Ask the AWRI: Microwaving wine – a scientific perspective.
- Moscato Giallo.
- Fungacide resistance status of powdery and downy mildew in Australia.
- Choosing the best remediation strategy to remove ‘reductive’ aromas.
- A little dissolved CO2 goes a long way in the wine glass.
- Sensory-directed characterisation of distinctive aromas of Sauternes and Viognier wines through semi-preparative liquid chromatography and gas chromatography approaches
- Use of ultrafiltration and proteolytic enzymes as alternative approaches for protein stabilisation of white wine.
Need additional information?
Information packs – collections of relevant references focused on a common oenology, viticulture or sustainability topic
Fact sheets – more than 100 topic-specific fact sheets
Webinar recordings – more than 90 topic-specific videos available from the AWRI’s YouTube channel
Eligible AWRI account holders can also access the following information tools and resources:
John Fornachon Memorial Library – the Library holds a collection of approximately 100,000 searchable items related to grape and wine science, with capability to loan/request items and conduct literature searches
Technical Review – an AWRI-produced online and print publication that features abstracts of the latest grape and wine technical literature
eBooks – a collection of wine and viticulture eBooks with a mix of technical and general interest