Grape & wine science

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NWGIC puts spotlight on vineyard health

Monday 15 Aug 2011
The National Wine and Grape Industry Centre at CSU in Wagga Wagga is putting the spotlight on vineyard health this spring, with a series of field days in key grape growing regions.

CSU wine named best boutique Merlot

Saturday 23 Jul 2011
Hands-on attention and a close collaboration contributed to Charles Sturt University's (CSU) winery winning the trophy for Best Merlot at the prestigious Boutique Wine Awards 2011 says CSU winemaker Mr Andrew Drumm.

International scientists tackle Chardonnay challenge

Monday 30 May 2011
The 'Chardonnay challenge' facing Australian wine-makers is at the centre of a new project involving an international research team at the National Wine and Grape Industry Centre at CSU in Wagga Wagga.

World-class research at CSU

Tuesday 1 Feb 2011
The Vice-Chancellor and President of CSU, Professor Ian Goulter, today welcomed the publication of the first national evaluation of the research strengths of Australian universities. CSU research was ranked as world-class in the five broad fields of agricultural and veterinary science, education, biological science, environmental science and chemical science.

A winning sparkle for CSU wine

Friday 13 Aug 2010
The CSU Winery is again celebrating after its sparkling wine was named a winner at one of Australia’s largest wine shows.

Unravelling the mysteries of mouthfeel

Thursday 3 Jun 2010
Wine lovers have been enlisted to explore the final frontier of wine appreciation - mouthfeel.

Defying the odds to look forward

Tuesday 8 Sep 2009
CSU has experienced a dramatic rise in enrolments in its viticulture and wine science programs at the same time the Australian wine industry is feeling the pinch of the global financial crisis and an oversupply of grapes worldwide.

Sweet wine preference reveals personality

Monday 31 Aug 2009
Reaching for a sweet white wine may reveal more about you than you would like, according to researchers in Australia and the United Kingdom (UK).

CSU answers call for skilled workers

Tuesday 11 Aug 2009
CSU has responded to recent calls by the National Farmers Federation to tackle labour force needs in Australian agriculture by updating its Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management.

Champion of wine industry collaboration appointed to key University role

Monday 15 Jun 2009
A highly accomplished wine industry identity and researcher, Professor Jim Hardie, has been appointed as the Director of the National Wine and Grape Industry Centre at CSU at Wagga Wagga.

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