October 8, 2010

Research Symposium on Sustainability for the Wine Industry

Sustainability will be the subject of a wine research symposium to be held at Lincoln University on Wednesday, 3 November 2010. Entitled “Directions and opportunities for premium New Zealand wine in...

May 5, 2010

Lincoln University Researchers Fly the Flag at International Conferences

The Seventh International Cool Climate Symposium (ICCS) for Viticulture and Oenology and the 61st National Conference for the American Society for Oenology and Viticulture is taking place this June in...

April 29, 2010

The inaugural David Jackson dinner

The inaugural David Jackson dinner 27 May 2010, 7pm Research prize honours contribution to Canterbury wine industry An important new date in the Canterbury wine calendar has been announced. To...

April 27, 2010

Rootstock effects on the performance of Chardonnay vines

A trial evaluating the effects of rootstocks on the performance of Chardonnay vines on the Lincoln University campus celebrated another successful harvest this month, paving the way for an experience...

April 15, 2010

Reflective mulch effects on vineyard environment, vine performance and wine qualities

Researchers: Glen L Creasy, Gilbert Wells,Olivia Ross, Rainer Hofmann This series of projects aims to make better use of the incoming energy from the sun to improve wine quality. Cool...

April 2, 2010

Development of methodologies and protocols for sensory evaluation of research wines

Researcher: Wendy Parr The project involved development of a sensory protocol or manual. It is recognized that wine is a complex stimulus and the protocol attempts to address issues pertaining...

March 31, 2010

Making sense of wine: understanding perception of aroma and flavour

Researcher: Wendy Parr This project involved several experiments investigating flavour and aroma of Sauvignon blanc wines. The first two studies considered sub-regional differences in flavour profile of Marlborough Sauvignon blanc...

March 31, 2010

Relationship between chemical composition and consumer preferences for New Zealand Pinot Noir

Researhers: S. Reboul, Roland Harrison, Sharon Forbes and David A. Cohen A range of commercially available New Zealand Pinot noir wines was selected from two retail outlets in Christchurch in January 2009....

March 22, 2010

2010 Wine Business Research Conference

There was a large presence of Lincoln University staff at the 5th Academy of Wine Business Research Conference hosted by Auckland University during the second week of February.  Papers were...

March 22, 2010

Burgundy School of Business visits the Lincoln University Campus

On Wednesday 3rd February, Dr Damien Wilson from the Burgundy School of Business visited the Lincoln University Campus.  Damien had met David Cohen and Sharon Forbes from our Commerce Faculty...

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