Researchers from the University of Adelaide have crunched the data on the best methods to delay grapes ripening on the vine, leading to better quality wine.
Planting cover crops directly underneath grapevines can help mitigate the effects of climate change and improve land sustainability, research conducted by the University of Adelaide has found.
University of Adelaide researchers have found a promising new technology for overcoming smoke taint in grapes – a serious issue for grape and wine producers worldwide in the wake of recent devastating fires that have led to ruined and smoke-affected fruit and in some cases the loss of whole vineyards.
The University of Adelaide and Peter Michael Winery are partnering to develop new technology to combat smoke taint in grapes.
Researchers at the University of Adelaide have found several grape varieties native to Cyprus, which tolerate drought conditions better than some international varieties popular in Australia, contain chemical compounds responsible for flavours preferred by Australian consumers.
A new project to help Australia’s winemaking industry understand and respond to the impact of taint from bushfire smoke, which includes research from the University of Adelaide, has received $950,000 in Cooperative Research Centre Project (CRC-P) funding from the Federal Government.