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The July 2014 issue of Grapegrower & Winemaker is out now and is available online for all subscribers.
Winter has finally set in so pour yourself a glass of red, light the fire and join us as we discuss the latest in pruning, trellising, spraying and frost management.
This month you’ll find the first of an occasional series looking at high-profile restaurants and why they choose the labels which go on their wine lists.
We also catch up with wine commentator Robert Joseph who talks about the commoditisation of the industry in My View (page 6).
Among these must-read articles include a profile piece on New Zealand Young Gun Matthew Fox who talks about life as NZ’s 2013 Viticulturist of the Year; and a paper by GrapeLinks’ Erika Winter and Stony Creek Vineyard’s Stephen Lowe which summarises score systems and results helping Shiraz growers achieve prime fruit quality (starts page 29).
In addition to this, Grapegrower & Winemaker editor Andrew Mole’s The Big Four sprawls over eight pages and includes insights from top winemakers on what helps set them apart in the Australian wine industry (starts page 62).
Inside the July 2014 issue:
- 15 reasons to sell your wine business
- The doctor’s in – and so is the cork
- Barossa stages first pruning expo
- Bringing the cellar to your door
- Regional Roundup – New Zealand’s North Island
- Better solutions for better ID, better inspection, better costs
- Benchmarking Shiraz production in Victoria
- Oxygation of irrigation water boosts vine performance
- Cover crops and vineyard floor temperature
- Managing to get down and dirty
- Pruning – the future may be back to the past
- Pruning without the pain
- Smart way to grow your vines and your bank balance too
- Stop bunch rot and all other nasties
- My grapevines are frosted – what now?
And in winemaking, sales and marketing, and business and technology are:
- Turning to water to turn it into wine
- Prevention is best option for mousy off-flavour in wine
- Standing out at the big end of town
- French winemaker, German press, Tasmanian classic
- Do you really know what levels of trace metals are in your wine?
- Top tips for keeping your workplace out of the danger zone
- On-Premise: So many markets, so many decisions
More than 1500 key Grapegrower & Winemaker archived articles are now included with each subscription. These can also be purchased individually at www.winebiz.com.au/gwm.