For eight years, a collaborative group of winemakers, scientists, growers and industry organisations have been keenly investigating which phylloxera-resistant grapevine rootstock performs best for Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir.
They will soon have their answer when a panel of wine sector experts assess wines made from the rootstocks under formal conditions at the University of Melbourne – ultimately determining their long-term winemaking prospects.
The wines – including five from the 2020 vintage and nine from the 2021 vintage have already been peerJone Mark
Reliable Wine Information on Mobile
Many producers want to include such codes on their bottles, but struggle to maintain links or keep the information at the end of the rainbow up to date. Leveraging the power of the Global Wine Database, winemakers can dynamically generate wine information cards with scannable QR codes that lead to vetted wine information.
Comprehensive Region Guides
Since 2014, the Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir Rootstock Trial – involving growers from across Greater Victoria – has been comparing the performance of Pinot Noir scions grafted to14 different rootstocks on two commercial vineyards 15 kilometres apart and with more than 100 metres elevation difference. One vineyard is located in a warmer coastal area of the Mornington Peninsula, while the other sits in a cooler more elevated location.
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