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Complete notes on the Australian Wine industry

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Viticulture: Biophysical Factors, Ecological factors affecting the wine industry, Organic Viticulture, Social Factors affecting, Economic Factors affecting viticulture, Cultural Factors affecting viticulture, Political Factors affecting viticulture, Organisational Factors affecting the wine industry, Technological Factors Affecting wine industry, IMPACTS of the Wine Industry, Future of the Wine Industry, multiple case studies.

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Complete notes on the Australian Wine industry
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Wine Food and drink Viticulture Grape New World wine White wine French wine Chilean wine Ontario wine Vine training Vineyard Ancient Rome and wine
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Wine Food and drink Viticulture Grape New World wine White wine French wine Chilean wine Ontario wine Vine training Vineyard Ancient Rome and wine
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These include: - agri – technology industries e.g. harvesters, chemicals - Gov departments e.g. ABARE • Viticulture is a dynamic activity constantly undergoing change. • It is affected by new technologies, natural elements & by economic & social changes throughout the world The Wine Grape • Wine made from fermenting the juice of grapes. • Grapes differ in - colour...
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