Charles Sturt University’s commitment to research and support of the Australian grape and wine industry is set to be bolstered with the establishment of the Agriculture, Water and Environment (AWE) Institute.
Researchers from the National Wine and Grape Industry Centre are keen to hear from grape growers and winemakers on management practices that effect grape composition and minimise acid amelioration costs.
Australian Grape & Wine welcomes the Government’s $5 million grant program to support wine grape producers affected by smoke taint caused by the bushfires.
University of Adelaide students of oenology and viticulture are blind tasting wines in the familiar surrounds of their homes as part of their online learning.
As temperatures rise and seasons change, the regions of the world that are suitable for growing wine grapes could shrink by half or more, new research has found.
Wine Australia will invest a record $79 million on behalf of the grape and wine sector in 2019–20, investing in research, development and extension (RD&E), market development and export regulation according to its Annual Operational Plan 2019–20 (AOP).