Fiona Kerslake
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Viticulture for Sparkling Wine Production: A Review
JE Jones, FL Kerslake, DC Close, RG Dambergs
American Journal of Enology and Viticulture 65 (4), 407-416, 2014
Characterization of macromolecular complexes in red wine: Composition, molecular mass distribution and particle size
KA Bindon, AL Carew, A Mierczynska-Vasilev, S Kassara, F Kerslake, ...
Food Chemistry 199, 838-846, 2016
Apple variety and maturity profiling of base ciders using UV spectroscopy
L Girschik, JE Jones, FL Kerslake, M Robertson, RG Dambergs, ...
Food chemistry 228, 323-329, 2017
A review on the aroma composition of Vitis vinifera L. Pinot noir wines: origins and influencing factors
R Longo, A Carew, S Sawyer, B Kemp, F Kerslake
Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 61 (10), 1589-1604, 2021
Bunch exposure effects on the quality of pinot noir and chardonnay fruit and base wines for cool climate sparkiling wine production
FL Kerslake, JE Jones, DC Close, RG Dambergs
18th Symposium of the Group of International Experts of Vitivinicultural …, 2013
Spur pruning leads to distinctly different phenolic profiles of base sparkling wines than cane pruning
JE Jones, FL Kerslake, RG Dambergs, DC Close
Vitis 57, 103-109, 2018
Discrimination of juice press fractions for sparkling base wines by a UV-Vis spectral phenolic fingerprint and chemometrics
F Kerslake, R Longo, R Dambergs
Beverages 4 (2), 1-11, 2018
Preliminary study of Australian Pinot noir wines by colour and volatile analyses, and the PivotŠ Profile method using wine professionals
R Longo, W Pearson, A Merry, M Solomon, L Nicolotti, H Westmore, ...
Foods 9 (9), 1142, 2020
Using mobile technology to track wine tourists
GK Lewis, A Hardy, MP Wells, FL Kerslake
Annals of Tourism Research Empirical Insights 2 (2), 100022, 2021
Novel methods to manipulate autolysis in sparkling wine: Effects on yeast
GB Gnoinski, SA Schmidt, DC Close, K Goemann, TL Pinfold, FL Kerslake
Molecules 26 (2), 387, 2021
A feasibility study on monitoring total phenolic content in sparkling wine press juice fractions using a new in-line system and predictive models
R Longo, RG Dambergs, H Westmore, DS Nichols, FL Kerslake
Food Control 123, 106810, 2021
Predicting grapevine canopy nitrogen status using proximal sensors and near‐infrared reflectance spectroscopy
HV Walker, JE Jones, ND Swarts, T Rodemann, F Kerslake, ...
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 184 (2), 204-304, 2021
Viticultural and controlled phenolic release treatments affect phenolic concentration and tannin composition in pinot noir wine
AL Carew, FL Kerslake, KA Bindon, PA Smith, DC Close, RG Dambergs
American Journal of Enology and Viticulture 71 (4), 256-265, 2020
Global wine regions with a new sparkle
B Kemp, F Kerslake, A Nesbitt
Australian and New Zealand Grapegrower and Winemaker, 24-27, 2014
ACLEP-Tasmanian Digital Soil Mapping Project–a component of the Wealth from Water Land Suitability Project
D Kidd, R Viscarra Rossel, C Grose, R Moreton, M Webb, Z Wang, ...
Manipulating Nitrogen and Water Resources for Improved Cool Climate Vine to Wine Quality
HV Walker, JE Jones, ND Swarts, F Kerslake
American Journal of Enology and Viticulture 73 (1), 11-25, 2022
Towards accelerated autolysis? Dynamics of phenolics, proteins, amino acids and lipids in response to novel treatments and during ageing of sparkling wine
GB Gnoinski, DC Close, SA Schmidt, FL Kerslake
Beverages 7 (3), 50, 2021
Tasmanians seeking more circular and sustainable food systems
F Gale, F Kerslake, G Lewis, S Murray
Sustainable shopping: your guilt-free guide to flowers this Valentine’s Day
J Lavers, F Kerslake
Does cluster thinning improve Pinot Noir quality or just thin your profit?
S Andrews, JE Jones, RG Dambergs, DC Close, FL Kerslake
The 15th Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference (AWITC), -, 2013
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