Built with the joint input of growers, vintners and allied industry members, the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium is held annually in Sacramento, California and is the largest event of its kind in the western hemisphere. Serving as a clearinghouse for practical information important to wine and grape industry professionals, the Unified Symposium also hosts a trade show with over 650 suppliers displaying their products and services to the more than 14,000 people who attend annually.
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, University of California, Davis
Laura Gorton, Cork Supply, California
James Harbertson, Washington State University, Prosser
Paul Huckaba, Bronco Wine Company, California
Pat Howe, Patricia Howe Wines, California
Glenn O’Dell, Constellation Wines US, California
Lisa Parks, Jackson Family Wines, California
Steve Tallman, E&J Gallo, California
ASEV current or incoming president (as desired)
Chris Czyryca (ex-officio), Collaborative Testing Services, Virginia
Scott Granish (ex-officio), Collaborative Testing Services, Virginia
(Unified Symposium and ASEV National Conference)
Chair and ASEV Executive Director appoint members
Serves as a communication channel between exhibitors, the UW&GS LLC Managing Committee, and the ASEV Board of Directors and staff. This committee provides guidance for aspects of the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium and ASEV National Conference. This committee is composed of approximately six exhibitor members to represent a range of services or products and for both the vineyard and winery, as possible. Committee members must participate in the January trade show since this is a steering committee which makes recommendations and decisions.
Tom Collins (Chair), University of California, Davis
Lyndie Boulton, ASEV Executive Director
Steve Buchan, AaquaTools Inc, California
David Cooper, ZFA Structural Engineers, California
Nichola Hall, Scott Laboratories, California
Jeff McCord, StaVin Incorporated, California
Rodger Pachelbel, Gusmer Enterprises Inc, California
The American Society for Enology and Viticulture annually awards numerous scholarships to students pursuing a degree in enology, viticulture, or in a curriculum emphasizing a science basic to the wine and grape industry. The awards are not in predetermined amounts and may vary from year to year. All scholarship recommendations made by the Scholarship Committee are subject to final approval by the Board of Directors.
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