Congratulations to proud parents Ya and ARC-TC IWP PhD student Chao Dang on such a cute baby boy whose name means ‘inheriting knowledge and reputation’. Shaowen was born on 29 May 2016. An exciting and unusual output of the ARC TC-IWP!
Lieke van der Hulst and David Jeffery represented the Training Centre at the 252nd American Chemical Society National Meeting in Philadelphia in late August. David Jeffery presented the book he co-authored on Wine Chemistry, and Miss van der Hulst presented work on the stability of smoke taint precursors in wine. Both the book as well as Lieke’s […]
The ARC TC-IWP held a workshop ‘Alcohol corrected wines: from production to consumption’ at the 16th Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference, presenting research results and wines from several different wine production strategies, including the use of sequential harvests, non-Saccharomyces yeast strains, wine making additives and reverse osmosis/evaporative perstraction (RO/EP). During the workshop consumer acceptance of […]
The ARC Training Centre for Innovative Wine Production, the University of Adelaide, and National Wine and Grape Industry Centre (CSU, NSWDPI & NSWWIA) organised an industry workshop ‘How can we modulate flavour and alcohol levels in times of climate and market change?’ at Charles Sturt University on 19th May, 2016. Located in Wagga Wagga, the […]
On Friday the 5th of August dr David Jeffery spoke about the use of synthetic chemistry in wine research at a ‘Science in the Pub’ event at the Rob Roy Hotel, Adelaide. The talks were followed by a Q&A session with the presenter panel. There were over 100 attendees and according to the organisers “This event […]