Davis, Calif., August 2, 2017…For 37 enology and viticulture students throughout North America, the pursuit of scientific research and advancement just got a little easier thanks to the American Society for Enology and Viticulture’s (ASEV) awarding of $100,000 in scholarships.
If you attended the National Conference in Bellevue, Washington we ask that you take a few minutes to complete all surveys that pertain to the program events you attended. Your feedback is essential as it will assist us in future program development to provide the most relevant industry information and platform for research presentations.
The following surveys are available through July 31. Surveys are listed in the order they appear on the Daily Schedule.
Davis, Calif., March 27, 2017…Professor and geneticist Dr. Andrew Walker of the University of California, Davis, has been confirmed as the recipient of the 2017 Merit Award, the American Society for Enology and Viticulture’s (ASEV) highest honor. He will be sharing his presentation, “The Southwestern Vitis – A Grape Breeding Motherlode,” on June 29, 2017 at the ASEV’s 68th National Conference in Bellevue, Washington.
Davis, Calif., March 23, 2017… Viticulture Farm Advisor Larry Bettiga of the University of California Cooperative Extension, Monterey County, will be this year’s recipient of the American Society for Enology and Viticulture’s (ASEV) Extension Distinction Award. This honor recognizes a current extension educator for outstanding contribution to an extension program or the advanced translation of novel research findings into commercially applicable tools for enologists or viticulturists. Mr.
Davis, Calif., February 15, 2017…Bridging the gap between basic research and practical application, the American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV) debuts today the first issue of its second peer-reviewed journal, Catalyst: Discovery into Practice.
DAVIS, CALIF., January 23, 2017…Drought, climate change and a spate of Pacific Coast wildfires have heightened concerns about the impact of smoke on winegrapes and wine. To address this growing concern, the American Society for Enology and Viticulture’s (ASEV) has reached out to international smoke taint experts, researchers and scientists to discuss this challenge as part of its National Conference in Bellevue, Washington, this summer.
On August 26, 2016, the Society felt the loss of one of its most influential members, Dr. Vernon L. Singleton. Spanning 34 years at the University of California, Davis, his work in wine phenolic chemistry has left a legacy that continues to shape the wine and grape industry today. Please click here for Dr. Singleton’s obituary.
Speaking at an ASEV Symposium celebrating Dr. Singleton’s work in 2008, Dr. John H. Thorngate said, “It was an honor to have been a student of Dr. Singleton and an even greater honor to have moderated this Symposium in his honor. It is both exhilarating and humbling to read these articles and realize the profound impact that Dr. Singleton’s gifted intellect has had upon our understanding of wine chemistry.”
DAVIS, CALIF., July 18, 2016…Nichola Hall of Scott Laboratories has been confirmed as the American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV) 2016-2017 president. She succeeds Mark Greenspan of Advanced Viticulture, Inc. to lead ASEV’s 11-member board.
DAVIS, CALIF., May 13, 2016… Enology Professor Emeritus Dr. Bruce Zoecklein of Virginia Tech will be this year’s recipient of the American Society for Enology and Viticulture’s (ASEV) Extension Distinction Award. This honor recognizes a current extension educator for outstanding contribution to an extension program or the advanced translation of novel research findings into commercially applicable tools for enologists or viticulturists. Dr. Zoecklein will share his presentation, “In Vino Veritas and Jefferson’s Dream,” on June 29, 2016, at the 67th ASEV National Conference in Monterey, California.
DAVIS, CALIF., May 9, 2016…Professor and biochemist Douglas O. Adams of the University of California, Davis, has been confirmed as the recipient of the 2016 Merit Award, the American Society for Enology and Viticulture’s (ASEV) highest honor. He will be sharing his presentation Representations and Interventions in Growing Grapes and Making Wine at the ASEV’s 67th National Conference in Monterey on June 30, 2016.
DAVIS, Calif., April 6, 2016…The American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV) has selected the recipients of the 2016 Best Paper Awards. The selected authors will be presenting their papers as keynote presentations at the Society’s 67th National Conference on June 27-30 in Monterey, California.
ASEV is pleased to welcome Daniel Friedlander as the new Publications & Technology Coordinator. Daniel’s main responsibilities are to maintain ASEV’s brand in all of the communication channels including websites, publications (non-scientific), and promotional materials. Additionally, he’ll oversee meeting presentations and signage, maintain databases, and provide IT support for the organization.
Experienced in various graphic design-related areas, Daniel’s technical background includes web development, networking, and troubleshooting. He brings an array of skills to complement the growing needs of ASEV. Daniel has a design degree from Western Washington University and speaks fluent Spanish.
Catalyst: Discovery into Practice
Accelerating Adoption of Innovative Wine and Grape Research and Technologies
DAVIS, CALIF., January 6, 2016….The highly respected American Journal of Enology and Viticulture (AJEV) will soon have a sister publication that picks up where AJEV leaves off. The American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV) is moving forward with plans to publish a second journal, Catalyst: Discovery into Practice, to bridge the gap between basic research and the practical application of that science. The member-exclusive, peer-reviewed online publication is slated for release in June 2016.
Catalyst: Discovery into Practice is a newly launched journal from the American Society for Enology and Viticulture. The American Journal of Enology and Viticulture (AJEV) is ASEV’s flagship journal, publishing novel, foundational research in areas underpinning grape and wine production. AJEV’s focus is research, with a mission of “research to discovery.” Catalyst will complete the continuum, with translation of research into practice, and will focus on extending fundamental discoveries in the scientific disciplines to sustain and advance winemaking and grapegrowing.
We are pleased to offer the Call for Abstracts for the 67th ASEV National Conference in Monterey, California USA. We encourage submitted abstracts based on original research and research updates in all areas of viticulture and enology. Abstracts related to water management are also encouraged.
The national conference provides a forum for the presentation of research in the fields of enology and viticulture or related sciences. An abstract can be submitted independent of publication of a paper and we welcome abstracts for both ongoing and completed research projects.
ASEV is seeking candidates for a Technical Program Director (TPD). The TPD is a volunteer position appointed by the Board of Directors for a three-year term and is responsible for shaping and delivering relevant technical content that impacts many sectors of the wine and grape industry, including winemakers, viticulturists, university researchers, students and other professionals.
The TPD is tasked with guiding the ASEV’s Technical Program Committee on the development of technical projects such as symposia, workshops, seminars, and sessions for the National Conference. Candidates must have a strong interest in fostering a technical program platform that disseminates both fundamental and applied research to the professional wine and grape industry. Qualified candidates can submit their resumes by January 6, 2016.
For more information about this position, click here.
This year’s 66th ASEV National Conference delivered a full menu of both technical information and fun in Portland, Oregon. A highlight this year was president Lise Asimont’s heartfelt traditional Polynesian dance for Lyndie Boulton. Additionally, there are some great photos of the 2015 conference you will want to check out too.
Mark Greenspan, president of Advanced Viticulture Inc., has been confirmed to serve as the American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV) 2015-2016 president. Greenspan succeeds Lise Asimont of Francis Ford Coppola Presents to lead ASEV’s 12-member board.
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