ASEV National Conference Highlights This June in Monterey
For those seeking a deeper dive into the technical aspects of winemaking and grapegrowing, the ASEV National Conference offers three days of networking, information sharing and tastings. This is the opportunity to hear from leading experts on Brettanomyces, aroma and flavor perception, polyphenols and extension practices, to name a few. Wrapped around these highlighted talks are a host of other presentations, including the Keynote Presentation from Dr. Mark Matthews of U.C. Davis, who will talk about the myths and measurements of wine quality, poster sessions, student flash talks, interactive industry seminars, supplier displays, a practical outreach seminar that focuses on current issues in California, and research reports on wine phenolics, wine metals and reactivity, microbiology, diseases, crop load management and viticulture research from the East Coast to the West Coast. This annual event provides a place for not only learning and meeting people but for developing professional skills for students and early career members. This June, attendees will have an opportunity to hear from Fritz Westover of Westover Vineyard Advising at the early career member lunch and take home practical tips and advice on how to succeed in the industry. A Wednesday night reception and the Student-Industry Mixer, sponsored by Monterey Wines, will showcase Monterey regional wines and offer a chance to catch up with friends and colleagues.
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