Some Useful Links

(If you know of a good website please email the webmaster (webmaster@fawg.org.au) to have it listed on this page)
Set out below are some links to other Guilds and organisations which you may find useful.
If an internet site is not available, other contact details have been provided where possible

Eltham Amateur Winemakers Guild
www.amateurwine.org.au
Wodonga Amateur Winemakers Guild
http://wodongawineguild.com
Amateur Winemakers & Brewers
Club of Adelaide
http://adelaideferment.org.au
Sydney Amateur Winemakers Club
http://www.sydneyawc.com/
Australian National Wine and Beer Show
http://anawbs.org.au
Wine Service Guild – Victoria
http://wineguild.com.au
Peninsula Woodturner's Guild
http://www.pwguild.org.au/
Home Brewing Clubs of Australia
http://www.homebrewland.com/

Dept. Primary Industries Victoria
Phylloxera Exclusion Zones

Information re PHYLLOXERA



 The Home Winemaking Page
winemaking advice and recipes, including WineCalc - Calculator which automates various aspects of calculations for wine production including alcohol levels, blending (pearson square) etc - DUTCH SITE

http://www.xs4all.nl/~mpesgens/thwp/


Jack Keller's Winemaking  Homepage
- a well known winemaker from Texas
Wine making recipes and advice available


http://winemaking.jackkeller.net


Roxanne's Wine Cellar
Winemaking recipes etc

http://scorpius.spaceports.com/~goodwine


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Winemaker Magazine
The guild currently has a subscription to this US based magazine.  Some articles published in the Magazine can be accessed at the website.

http://winemakermag.com


British Colombian Amateur Winemakers Association
Comprehensive site with good articles on many aspects of winemaking

http://bcawa.ca


Vancouver Amateur Winemakers Association
A good site containing winemaking articles, Q & A section and some winemaking tools

http://vawa.net


The Briars Historic Park
Nepean Highway Mount Martha

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The Briars have been most accommodating when we have hired 'The Barn' for our annual wineshow.
In addition, a number of our members are enrolled as  'Vineyard Volunteers'  where they supply their labour to maintain the grape vines on site (approx. 1000 cabernet sauvignon).
In return for their labours, a share of the crop of grapes is received.

Please see our link to The Briars Volunteers Page
Contact The Briars


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This site has much useful information presented in a readable format presented by Ben Rotter
www.brsquared.org/wine




Valuable site for winemakers with much information available
www.awri.com.au


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