The grape and wine science symposium
13 & 14 November 2017
Expressions of interest to present close 30 June, 2017
What is it?
The Crush symposium is an opportunity for researchers, technical staff, academics and students to share the latest knowledge in grape and wine science in Australia. Hosted at the Waite Campus, Adelaide, a hub for grape and wine research, the event offers a unique opportunity for developing potential industry and research collaborations, and also networking.
The program and abstracts from the previous Crush symposium can be viewed here.
When is it?
Coordinated by the Wine Innovation Cluster, a partnership of the four leading Australian grape and wine research agencies, Crush is hosted in the years not containing an Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference (AWITC). The next event will take place on 13 & 14 November, 2017.
Expressions of interest
Expressions of interest to present at CRUSH 2017 are now open. Click here to register your EOI to present
The Wine Innovation Cluster greatly acknowledges the support of our past event sponsors who have contributed to the success of this event. Now in its 5th year, the symposium is cementing itself in the wine and grape industry calendar. If you would like to get your brand in front of some of Australia’s leading minds in wine and grape science, please contact Francesca Blefari, WIC Executive Officer (WICEO@awri.com.au).
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