The clink of glass on the bottling line will mark the beginning of a new era of winemaking at CSU this week.
A smartphone app to help wine grape-growers and winemakers decide when to irrigate and harvest is being developed by CSU researchers.
CSU business experts believe the decision by British voters to exit the EU offers benefits and challenges for Australian agriculture.
CSU research is giving winemakers new insight into how timing the use of copper can work more effectively to remove an unpleasant smell that's sometimes created during fermentation.
Raise a glass and toast CSU celebrating 40 years of educating professionals for the wine industry.
Wine that's low in alcohol but big in flavour - that's what people want according to research by CSU consumer sensory scientist Professor Anthony Saliba.
A new two-year study led by a CSU researcher will aim to change the way the Australian wine industry puts research into practice.
CSU will return its commercial vineyards in Orange and Wagga Wagga to farmland as it discontinues commercial wine production.
Research undertaken by the National Wine and Grape Industry Centre at CSU in Wagga Wagga has paved the way for a quick and low-cost method of measuring the concentration of nutrients in grapevines.
A research project at CSU is aiming to create a full-flavour low alcohol wine.