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Analysis of the salt exclusion phenotype in rooted leaves of grapevine (Vitis spp.)

16.01.2018 | R.R. Walker, D.H. Blackmore, H. Gong, S.W. Henderson, M. Gilliham, A.R. Walker, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 2018

Abstract Background and Aims Rooted leaves were used to analyse the salt exclusion phenotype in grapevines. Genotypes included rootstocks 140 Ruggeri and K51‐40 and cultivar Cabernet Sauvignon – respectively, good, poor and intermediate chloride excluders. Methods and Results We ...

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Chemical and sensory profiling of Shiraz wines co‐fermented with commercial non‐Saccharomyces inocula

29.12.2017 | A. Hranilovic, S. Li, P.K. Boss, K. Bindon, R. Ristic, P. R. Grbin, T. Van der Westhuizen, V. Jiranek, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 2017

Abstract Background and Aims The choice of yeast strain(s) to conduct the fermentation can greatly affect wine chemical and sensory profile. Even though the use of non‐Saccharomyces co‐inocula to build complexity and diversify styles is increasingly in vogue, a limited number of such ...

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Efficacy of steam and hot water disinfestation treatments against genetically diverse strains of grape phylloxera Daktulosphaira vitifoliae Fitch (Hemiptera: Phylloxeridae) on viticulture equipment and machinery

27.12.2017 | C.W. Clarke, S. Norng, D. Yuanpeng, B.M. Carmody, K.S. Powell, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 2017

Abstract Background and Aims In Australia, hot water immersion and steam application are recommended disinfestation strategies for harvesting bins, vineyard machinery and vehicles against grape phylloxera, Daktulosphaira vitifoliae Fitch. This study validated the effectiveness of these two ...

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Root temperature regulated frost damage in leaves of the grapevine Vitis vinifera L.

22.12.2017 | L.‐L. Sun, Y.‐P. Du, Q.‐Y. Duan, H. Zhai, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 2017

Abstract Background and Aims Soil temperature is an important factor that regulates the response of shoots to extreme temperature conditions, such as heat stress. Little information is known, however, about the role that soil temperature plays in regulating the response of grapevine leaves ...

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Stimulatory effect of bunch thinning on sugar accumulation and anthocyanin biosynthesis in Shenhua grape berry (Vitis vinifera × V. labrusca)

22.12.2017 | X.J. Xi, Q. Zha, A.L. Jiang, Y.H. Tian, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 2017

Abstract Background and Aims Bunch thinning (BT) is a cultivation approach that strongly influences sugar and anthocyanin accumulation in grapes. Until now, little has been reported describing its underlying mechanisms. The aim was to explore the impact of BT on berry composition, enzyme ...

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Zygotorulaspora florentina and Starmerella bacillaris in multistarter fermentation with Saccharomyces cerevisiae to reduce volatile acidity of high sugar musts

19.12.2017 | L. Lencioni, M. Taccari, M. Ciani, P. Domizio, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 2017

Abstract Background and Aims The possibility to decrease wine volatile acidity (VA) is an important aspect in wine production. This applies in particular to wines that are produced from musts with high sugar concentration, where the osmotic pressure promotes an increase in acetic acid ...

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Pruning after budburst to delay and spread grape maturity

05.09.2017 | P.R. Petrie, S.J. Brooke, M.A. Moran, V.O. Sadras, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 2017

Abstract Background and Aims The shift in phenological development is the most conspicuous biological effect of climate change in vineyards worldwide. Associated with the advancement in maturity there has been a compression of the harvest period that places significant pressure on vineyard ...

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Fungal diversity during fermentation correlates with thiol concentrations in wine

31.08.2017 | S.J. Knight, S. Klaere, P. Morrison‐Whittle, M.R. Goddard, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 2017

Abstract Background and Aims Agricultural products deriving from the same genotypic clone often have different physical and sensory properties that influence their overall quality and value. Microorganisms may play key roles throughout the production of many crops, affecting plant and fruit ...

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Silica–alginate‐encapsulated bacteria to enhance malolactic fermentation performance in a stressful environment

23.08.2017 | G. Simó, E. Fernández‐Fernández, J. Vila‐Crespo, V. Ruipérez, J.M. Rodríguez‐Nogales, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 2017

Abstract Background and Aims Beginning and completion of malolactic fermentation (MLF) are complicated because of the harsh environment of wine. Encapsulation of lactic acid bacteria could be an attractive strategy to improve their activity and stability. This work evaluates the fermentative ...

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Alcohol reduction in red wines by technological and microbiological approaches: a comparative study

17.08.2017 | L. Rolle, V. Englezos, F. Torchio, F. Cravero, S. Río Segade, K. Rantsiou, S. Giacosa, A. Gambuti, V. Gerbi, L. Cocolin, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 2017

Abstract Background and Aims The aim of this work was to assess and compare the chemical composition and colour characteristics of Barbera red wines obtained after partial alcohol reduction using three promising methodologies for implementation at the industrial level. Methods and ...

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