We want your views on new technologies in wine!

Understanding public and industry views on the use of new technologies in wine

Do you consume wine?

Are you willing to participate in our project by completing an anonymous survey?

This project at the University of Adelaide aims to understand the views of the general public and those working within the wine industry on the use of new technologies in winemaking in Australia. It is suggested that increased global competition, shifts in consumer demands and expectations especially regarding wine quality, and concerns about the need for more environmentally-friendly production practices are driving some in the industry to support consideration of these technologies. The research phase of this project will be conducted during the second half of 2011 and is supported by Wine2030.

Enter our survey here: Survey on public views of the use of new technologies in wine.

Would you be willing to participate in a focus group in Adelaide on public views of the use of technology in the wine industry?

Yes? Focus group: Answer a few short questions and register your interest here.

This project is lead by Associate Professor Rachel Ankeny.

More information on current projects within the Food Ethics group may be found here.

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