Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research

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Edited By: Terry Lee, OAM

Impact Factor: 1.816

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 5/33 (Horticulture); 42/123 (Food Science & Technology)

Online ISSN: 1755-0238

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ASVO MembershipASVO membership gives you the opportunity to network with other wine industry professionals who have similar interests and goals as yours. You can connect with your colleagues through forums, speak face-to-face at annual ASVO Seminars or read about their latest findings in the Journal of Grape and Wine Research and on our Web site. Join now to enjoy:

• Subscription to the Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research.

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• Discount on selected book titles from Wiley Blackwell & Patrick Iland

• ASVO member pricing at the Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference

• Don’t forget that your membership is tax deductible.

It is an exciting time for the ASVO, with initiatives like the ASVO Awards for Excellence and a great seminar program.. We’re carrying that momentum into 2015, and we promise you there’s never been a better time to be an ASVO member.

ASVO Seminar Proceedings


AVO Proceedings

Many past ASVO seminar proceedings are available as be downloadable PDF files of the full publication or of individual articles and can be found on the Society’s web site. Hardcopies of most seminar proceedings are also available for sale. The proceedings are a collection of manuscripts submitted by each of the presenters at the seminar outlining the research and information they presented.

• Searching for the sweet spot the quest for optimal yield and quality (available in 2015)

• Sustainability & efficiency – proceedings (coming soon)

Objective Measures of Grape and Wine Quality

Making the Best Out of Difficult Vintages: Managing Sub-optimal Fruit in the Winery

Below ground management for Quality and Productivity

Smoke Taint in Wine

Read the Virtual Special Issue on Smoke Taint in Wine - click here!

Online only subscription now available to ASVO members


ASVO members can now benefit from an online only subscription to the Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research. To take advantage of this membership benefit please contact the society.

ASVO Announces New President and Changes To Its Board

Mardi Longbottom

The Australian Society of Viticulture and Oenology (ASVO) today announced that Dr Mardi Longbottom – Senior Viticulturist, Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI), has been appointed President of the ASVO. Upon accepting the appointment Dr Mardi Longbottom said “I am honoured to be elected and I would like to thank outgoing President, Paul Petrie, for his hard work and dedication. His insight and focus have been invaluable during his term as President.” Mardi replaces Dr Paul Petrie who is standing down, having led the Board since 2010. Petrie now takes on the role of Secretary, a positon previously held for two terms by Dr Bob Dambergs. Longbottom is joined by Vice President Brett McClen, Chief Viticulturist at Brown Brothers, and Kristy Bartrop from the Riverina Winegrapes Marketing Board who continues in the role of Treasurer. ASVO also thank outgoing Directors Dr Mark Krstic and Dr Bob Dambergs, for their outstanding work in what were and continue to be uncertain times for the wine industry.