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September-October 2014 (Volume 29, Number 5)

Canberra sees the silver lining in damaging frosts

Canopy management strategies to decrease wine pH – a Spanish trial

Consumer perceptions of wine brand names

Dreaming of treasure

Excitement fermenting over Adelaide seminar and awards for excellence

Improving market access through APEC

Influence of climate and variety on the effectiveness of pre-fermentative cold maceration

Mechanical pruning: it seemed a good idea at the time

Saperavi – a fascinating standalone wine and a great blender

Staying a step ahead of ‘Brett’

Technology needn’t be high-tech when it comes to saving money in the winery

The wood on making good Fume Blanc

There’s nothing like Australian wine, so tell your story to the world

Vine age versus vine balance – which is more important?

When social media goes bad: how to prepare for and manage issues online

Winemaking trials in smaller wineries can be valuable if done properly

Words are powerful: How are they used to describe wine in China?