Join grape and wine industry members as they gather in Monterey,
Calif., to learn about the latest research developments and to
review best practices at the 62nd ASEV National Conference on
June 20–24, 2011. The National Conference provides a platform for
renowned enology and viticulture experts and other professionals
from around the world to present their findings and original
research in Monterey’s seascape setting with central coast
vineyards and wineries just a short drive away.
Registration and housing for the 2012 Unified Wine & Grape
Symposium opened October 25, 2011 at 9:00 am (PDT).Unified Wine &
Registration (for the conference) and housing (for hotel
rooms) ARE NOW OFFERED SEPARATELY! We recommend you book
your room first and then register for the conference when
registration and housing open.
Sara Spayd of North Carolina State University was confirmed
by the Board as president of the American Society for Enology and
Viticulture (ASEV). She will lead the 12-member board to build on the success of
Past President Patty Saldivar, St. Helena, California. Leticia
Chacón-Rodriguez, winemaker at Treasury Wine Estates in
St.Helena, California, was confirmed as first vice president and
James Kennedy of California State University, Fresno, was elected
second vice president.
Professor and viticulturist Dr. Andrew Walker of the University
of California, Davis, has been appointed by the American Society
for Enology and Viticulture’s (ASEV) Board to serve as its first
Technical Program Director. The new board position, which was
created with a bylaw revision last year, will play a pivotal role
in ensuring dynamic, timely and innovative programming for all
ASEV events, including the Society’s National Conference.
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