Edited By: Terry Lee, OAM
Impact Factor: 2.343
ISI Journal Citation Reports @ Ranking: 2018: 51/130 (Food Science & Technology)
.Aims & Scope
This international journal is sponsored by the Australian Society of Viticulture and Oenology, and publishes results from original research.
Subject areas include vine and wine science as well as product technology relating to table grapes and dried vine fruits, grape juice, wine and distilled spirits. Vine science relates to any aspect of grapevine biology including physiology and pathology. Wine science covers molecular, microbiological, biochemical and production aspects of wine making. Grape product technology relates to crop production issues and transformation of grapes into a marketable product.
We consider papers that extend our knowledge of grapevine biology and improve our understanding of production issues. Articles include original reports, critical reviews and technical notes. All papers will be assessed for scientific merit and will always be examined by at least two suitably qualified referees.
Our goal is to facilitate prompt publication of high quality vine and wine science, and make this new knowledge available worldwide via print and electronic media.
Articles published in the Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research are indexed by CAB (Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences Information), Chemical Abstracts, IFIS (International Food Information Service), Vitis-VEA and by the Institute for Scientific Information in CURRENT CONTENTS (Agriculture, Biology and Environmental Sciences).
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Dr Terry Lee, OAM
Assoc. Prof. Gregory Dunn, Plumpton College, United Kingdom
Prof. Kerry Wilkinson, The University of Adelaide
Assoc. Prof. Malcolm Allen, formerly Charles Sturt University
Dr Eveline Bartowsky, Lallemand Australia
Dr Rob Bramley, CSIRO Agriculture and Food
Prof. Veronique Cheynier, IPV-IS VMM-INRA, Montpellier, France
Dr Christopher Davies, CSIRO Agriculture and Food
Prof. Serge Delrot, University of Bordeaux, France
Dr Katherine Evans, University of Tasmania
Dr Leigh Francis, The Australian Wine Research Institute
Assoc. Prof. James Harbertson, Washington State University, USA
Affiliate Prof. Paul Henschke, The Australian Wine Research Institute
Dr Diego Intrigliolo, Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)Prof. Vladimir Jiranek, The University of Adelaide
Assoc. Prof. Paul Kilmartin, The University of Auckland, New Zealand
Assoc. Prof. Paul Petrie, South Australian Research and Development
Prof. Stefano Poni, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Piacenza, Italy
Prof. Anthony Saliba, Charles Sturt University
Prof. Javier Tardáguila, Universidad de La Rioja, Spain
Dr Mike Trought, Fellow, Plant & Food Research, New Zealand
Prof. Steve Tyerman, University of Adelaide
Dr Rob Walker, CSIRO Agriculture and Food
Dr Liz Waters, Wine Australia
Prof. Dr Peter Winterhalter, Inst. Lebensmittelchemie, Germany
Journal Advisory Committee (JAC)
The Journal Advisory Committee (JAC) to provide guidance to the ASVO Board on matters relating to the administration of the Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research.