Publications by Wine Studies Group
McIntyre Julie. (2012) First Vintage: Wine in colonial New South Wales, UNSW Press, University of New South Wales, Sydney, AU
McIntyre Julie, Mitchell Rebecca, Boyle Brendan and Shaun Ryan, (2013) 'We used to get and give a lot of help: Networking, Cooperation and Knowledge Flow in the Hunter Valley Wine Cluster', Australian Economic History Review 53, 3: 247-267.
McIntyre Julie (2011): Adam Smith and Faith in the Transformative Qualities of Wine in Colonial New South Wales, Australian Historical Studies, 42:2, 194-211
McIntyre, Julie (2011) Resisting ages-old fixity as a Factor in wine qyuality : Colonial wine tours and Australia's ealry wine industry, The Australasian-Pacific Journal of Regional Food Studies 2011 Number 1 42-64
Allen Michael Patrick, Germov John Boris (2010) Judging taste and creating value : The cultural consecration of Australian wines, Journal of Sociology 2011 47: 35
McIntyre Julie (2009) Not Rich and Not British:Philip Schaeffer, 'Failed' Colonial Farmer Journal of Australian Colonial History, Vol. 11, 2009: 1-20.ISSN: 1441-0370.
Mcintyre, Julie. (2008) "'Bannelong sat down to dinner with Governor Phillip, and drank his wine and coffee as usual": Aborigines and wine in early New South Wales'. History Australia 5(2): pp. 39.1 to 39.14.001: 10.2104/ha080039
McIntyre Julie. (2007) Camden to London and Paris: The Role of the Macarthur Family in the Early New South Wales Wine Industry,The Author History Compass 5/2 (2007): 427–438, 10.1111/j.1478-0542.2007.00419.x Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Dunstan, David (2006) With Sam Benwell and the house of lords journeying to wine in Victoria, Journal of Australian Studies, 30:87, 87-99
Dunstan David, Some vintage specimens and newer breeds of Australian wine, The Wine Press
Wine Industry Research Collaborative, "The Business of Wine" The Inaugural Wine Business Research Symposium Proceedings December 2009