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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Authors

D Mann

Keywords

Winemaking, Sulfur dioxide, Western Australia

First Page Number

109

Last Page Number

113

Abstract

THE judicious use of sulphur dioxide is perhaps the most important of the fundamentals of winemaking in a hot climate.

Western Australia's vintage, centred in the Swan Valley just a few miles north-east of Perth, is subjected to some of the highest summer temperatures experienced by a quality wine producing district.

In this environment, it is important to make good use of sulphur dioxide to avoid wine spoilage.

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