A publication of the South African Society for Enology and Viticulture, the South African Journal of Enology and Viticulture brings readers open-access research on a variety of topics connecting wine and science (from wine biotechnology to plant pathology). The journal has been published biannually since 1980, and readers can browse all 41 volumes (as of this write-up) on the Archives page. Those with a particular topic in mind may want to use the query bar (located on the Search page) to find related articles. To explore the latest volume visit the Current page. At the moment, for example, you will find articles such as "Effect of Grapevine Canopy Side on Selected Sensory Attributes of Pinotage and Cabernet Sauvignon Wines," (which details the way grapevine directions impact the quality of wines) and "Phenolic and Sensorial Evolution during Bottle Ageing of South African Shiraz Wines with Different Initial Phenolic Profiles," (which explores the "phenolic evolution" of red wine). Articles can be read on the website, or downloaded in PDF form.