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Decanted Issue 3 2020

Decanted Issue 3 2020

Tuesday, 6 Oct 2020

There's a lot to celebrate in this issue of 'Decanted' as Dr Xinyi Zhang is awarded her PhD by Charles Sturt University and Professor Chris Steel notches up 25 years teaching viticulture students.There's also an update of our research to understand the water balance in the vineyard system, information that will help growers adapt to a changing clim

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Decanted Issue 1 2020

Friday, 22 Feb 2019

In this issue of 'Decanted' you can find out how the NWGIC is supporting grape growers and winemakers to gain more information about the impact of smoke exposure on their vineyard. We celebrate the graduation of Dr Pierluigi Reveglia, member profiles and more.

Decanted Issue 2 2020

Monday, 6 Jul 2020

In this issue of 'Decanted' learn about our new research to correlate the 'chemical fingerprints' of smoke affected grapes with sensory experience, an app to assess and manage nutrient disorders and get an update on research identify a tool for rapid, in-field assessment of bunch-rot before harvest.

Decanted Issue 2 2019

Saturday, 1 Jun 2019

In this edition: research to arm grapegrowers and winemakers with more knowledge about how bunch rot can impact a final wine. Read about Charles Sturt University's ranking of 'well above world standard' for horticultural production research, meet the international Masters students, researcher profiles and more.

Decanted Issue 2 2018

Monday, 15 Oct 2018

In this edition: We celebrate the graduation of Dr Rocco Longo, meet the new Centre Board members, find out about new resources for growers and winemakers and read about NWGIC researchers presenting their work at conferences in Australia and overseas.

Decanted Issue 1 2018

Tuesday, 10 Jul 2018

In this edition we welcome new funding for NWGIC research, head to the Hunter Valley and Orange for pruning workshops, find out about research to understand grapevine trunk disease and ask how Chinese wine industry specialists describe Australian Shiraz. There's also photos of our vintage celebration and profiles of our researchers.