How does geographical origin impact Chardonnay grape composition?

Joanna Gambetta, Susan EP Bastian, Christophe Cozzolino, David W. Jeffery

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Abstract


Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventThe Adelaide Hills Soil Terroir Event 2017 - Shaw and Smith Winery, Adelaide, Australia
Duration: 16 Nov 201716 Nov 2017
https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=328353& (event information)

Seminar

SeminarThe Adelaide Hills Soil Terroir Event 2017
CountryAustralia
CityAdelaide
Period16/11/1716/11/17
OtherTerroir is a topic of great interest & controversy to the viticulture & fine wine community.  It comprises soil, climate & topography – being the influence a site or ‘place’ has on grapes & wine.  It is a major part of each wine’s story.  Come and hear experts in the field speak about terroir at this vineyard field day & forum in the beautiful Adelaide Hills.  Learn about terroir, how it affects grape & wine characteristics & distinctiveness, what opportunities it presents, and how it can become part of the story of every fine wine. Hosted by Soil Science Australia, the event features a morning field day discussing landscape formation, soil & vineyard management, and the meaning of soil characterisation investigations & data at excavated sites at Shaw & Smith’s Balhannah and Lenswood vineyards. The afternoon session includes a gourmet lunch, afternoon tea, and a seminar & forum at the Hahndorf Old Mill Hotel with expert speakers and a panel Q&A session.  Handout notes will be presented. For further event information, full program and booking see https://www.trybooking.com/328353.  For specific enquiries contact James Hall at julietcreek@gmail.com. This is an event for everyone interested in soils, landscapes, good land management, viticulture, wine making, wine marketing and fine wine.  It should be a great day!
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