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ARC-IWP PhD students Chen Liang and Olaf Schelezki submitted thesis

Chen submitted on 7 June, with thesis title “Preparation and Application of New Sorptive Polymers Applied to Wine with a Focus on Removal of 3-Isobutyl-2-methoxypyrazine”. Olaf submitted on 12 June, with thesis title “Investigation of an Early Harvest Regime and Pre-fermentative Blending Treatments to Produce Lower Alcohol Wines: Impact on Grape and Wine Composition and […]

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Zeyu Xiao and Ana Hranilovic submitted their thesis

The ARC TC-IWP would like to congratulate PhD students: Zeyu Xiao who submitted his thesis ‘Hypoxia and Cell Death in Grape Berries (Vitis vinifera L.)’ on 21st February 2018 and Ana Hranilovic who submitted her thesis: ‘Managing ethanol and sensory compounds by non-Saccharomyces yeasts’ on 23rd February 2018.

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ARC TC-IWP PhD student Rocco Longo submits thesis

ARC TC-IWP would like to congratulate PhD student Rocco Longo (CSU) who submitted his thesis on the 11th of December 2017. The title of his thesis is: “Effects of harvest timing and technological approaches on volatile compounds and sensory profiles of lower alcohol wines“.

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The ARC TC-IWP welcomes Shaowen Dang

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!

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The ARC TC-IWP attended the 16th Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference, Adelaide, 24-28 July 2016

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 […]

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The ARC TC-IWP workshop in Wagga Wagga, NSW, 19th May 2016

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 […]

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