Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research

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  • Editorial Board: Dr Terry Lee, OAM
  • Published Date: 21 June 2010
  • Source / Publisher: Wiley - ASVO
  • Copyright: 2010 Australian Society of Viticulture and Oenology Inc.

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The Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research provides a forum for the exchange of information about new and significant research in viticulture and oenology and promotes the disciplines throughout Australia and the world. It comprises of peer-reviewed research articles as its core material supplemented by review articles, and short research or technical papers presenting new and highly topical information may also be published. Special features and supplementary issues comprising the proceedings of workshops and conferences will appear periodically.

Aims and Scope

The Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research provides a forum for the exchange of information about new and significant research in viticulture, oenology and related fields, and aims to promote these disciplines throughout the world. The Journal publishes results from original research in all areas of viticulture and oenology. This includes issues relating to wine, table and drying grape production; grapevine and rootstock biology, genetics, diseases and improvement; viticultural practices; juice and wine production technologies; vine and wine microbiology; quality effects of processing, packaging and inputs; wine chemistry; sensory science and consumer preferences; and environmental impacts of grape and wine production. Research related to other fermented or distilled beverages may also be considered. In addition to full-length research papers and review articles, short research or technical papers presenting new and highly topical information derived from a complete study (i.e. not preliminary data) may also be published. Special features and supplementary issues comprising the proceedings of workshops and conferences will appear periodically.

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