The grape and wine science symposium
Wednesday, 16 June 2021
National Wine Centre, corner Botanic & Hackney Roads, Adelaide
Registrations are now closed. Event is at full capacity.
If you wish to be placed on a waitlist please email WICEO@awri.com.au
Cost – $250
This includes a full day of plenary sessions, pre-dinner drinks and a two-course dinner.
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). This year’s event will take place on Wednesday, 16 June 2021.
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 Adelaide’s National Wine Centre — a truly special place showcasing Australia’s wine industry. The symposium offers a unique networking opportunity and the potential to develop industry and research collaborations.
Dinner is included with your registration. Pre-dinner drinks and delicious canapes will be served after the final session, followed by an exquisite two-course dinner with Pernod Ricard wines.
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 16 June 2021.
The Wine Innovation Cluster greatly acknowledges the support of our Crush 2021 sponsors who have contributed to the success of this event.
Limited sponsorship opportunities are available. If you would like to get your brand in front of some of Australia’s leading minds in wine and grape science, please contact Natalie Burgan, WIC Executive Officer (WICEO@awri.com.au).
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