To review and reward the best papers in enology and in viticulture published by AJEV in a given calendar year. The goal of the committee is to select the two papers (enology and viticulture) that represent the greatest contribution to their fields as recommendations to the Board of Directors for approval. Each best paper receives a monetary award to be shared among the authors. Each author is also awarded a plaque, complimentary National Conference registration, and an invitation to the Board of Directors dinner held at the conference site. A plaque is presented at the ASEV National Conference in June to those authors who attend. The awarded papers are also designated as such and are made freely available on the AJEVOnline website.
James Harbertson (Chair), Washington State University, Richland
Lise Asimont, Francis Ford Coppola Presents, California
Leticia Chacón-Rodríguez, Safe Harbor Wine Storage, California
Zeke Neeley, Orin Swift Cellars, California
Merilark Padgett-Johnson, Santa Rosa Junior College, California
Advocate for the importance and value of effective lab quality practices in wineries. Identify and provide access to collaborative studies of lab analyses to improve the reliability of lab measurements. Disseminate contracted wine testing program reports and other related collaborative testing information to ASEV members. Provide Board with report for ASEV membership on trends and degree of progress for materials and methods derived from program testing results no less than every three years. To meet at least twice per year.
Chik Brenneman (Chair), University of California, Davis
Tom Collins, Washington State University, Richland
Laura Gorton, Cork Supply, California
James Harbertson, Washington State University, Richland
Pat Howe, Patricia Howe Wines, California
Paul Huckaba, Bronco Wine Company, California
Lisa Parks, Jackson Family Wines, California
Steve Tallman, E&J Gallo, California
ASEV current or incoming president (as desired)
Chris Czyryca (non-voting advisor), Collaborative Testing Services, Virginia
Patricia Nedialkova (non-voting advisor), Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, California
This committee is appointed by the Board of Directors and shall consist of eight members of which at least one and not more than three are elected Board members and the rest are other Professional members. The Nominating Committee shall be instructed to give due consideration to the nomination suggestions received. The Nominating Committee will acquire the consent of the nominees and submit to the Board of Directors for approval by a majority vote a slate consisting of at least two candidates for each Board position to be vacated.
James Harbertson (Chair), Washington State University, Richland*
Kay Bogart, University of California, Davis*
Hope Goldie, Darioush Winery, California
Nichola Hall, Scott Laboratories, California*
Craig Rous, Bear Creek Winery, California
Rhonda Smith, University of California Cooperative Extension, Sonoma County
Sara Spayd, North Carolina State University, Raleigh
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