Keir Keightley (Major Professor: Deborah Elliott-Fisk, University
of California, Davis) A Snapshot of Vineyard Carbon: Using a New Technique to
Facilitate Low-Impact Organic Carbon Measurement in a California
June 20-22, 2010
Washington State Convention Center
Seattle, Washington USA
In conjunction with the 61st ASEV National Conference, the ASEV
Northwest Chapter is organizing the 7th International Symposium
on Cool Climate Viticulture and Enology. Refer to the Daily
Schedule below for complete program and tour information.
A printed technical abstracts book will be provided during the
symposium, and a technical proceedings on CD will be available
after the symposium.
The ASEV Merit Award is presented annually to an individual who
has significantly contributed in an outstanding distinguished
manner to the progress and advancement of enology and viticulture
or to the Society itself. This award acknowledges excellence in
the fields of education, technology, research, management, public
relations or any discipline related to enology and viticulture.
The ASEV Board of Directors is looking forward to hosting the
2011 ASEV National Conference in California’s Monterey wine
region. The Portola Hotel and Monterey Conference Center will be
the site of the 62nd National Conference, June 20-24, 2011.
“This will be the perfect site for our technical program and
regional wine tastings in the heart of a major wine region and
beautiful setting,” ASEV Executive Director Lyndie Boulton said.
The 2010 Unified Wine & Grape Symposium, co-hosted by ASEV and
the California Association of Winegrape Growers, drew a crowd of
approximately 11,700 industry representatives to Sacramento,
California in January. One of its highlighted events, the High
Elevation/High Latitude Seminar: Wine Growing on the Edge was
well received with great opportunity to taste wines
representative of this unique terroir. Planning for 2011 in
Sacramento is underway, and we look forward to continuing this
extensive, popular trade show and developing another
The Board of Directors is pleased to announce that the proposed
bylaws amendment was approved by 92% of the responding votes. The
member feedback in addition to returned ballots was greatly
appreciated and extremely gratifying to the board and staff. We
also acknowledge that this outcome was not desired by some
members. We would welcome contact by any of you who may have
questions or concerns.
The newly amended bylaws are in effect now as stipulated by the
bylaws. The board will proceed with posting a call for the new
Technical Program Director for this appointed position.
Brian Carter Cellars
Chateau Ste. Michelle
Foster’s Wine Estates Americas
Francis Ford Coppola Presents
Jackson Family Enterprises
Pepper Bridge Winery
The Wine Group
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