This June, guests at the American Society for Enology and
Viticulture’s (ASEV) 58th Annual Meeting will receive a rare
insight into the science of mapping the grape genome when
internationally esteemed Dr. Riccardo Velasco of Italy presents
the Society’s Honorary Research Lecture. The science team’s
leader in the European collaborative research breakthrough on
grape genome sequencing, Velasco will speak at the Reno meeting
on June 21.
Friday, January 26, 2007 • 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel, California
This seminar is full and registration is closed. On-site
registration will not be offered in Sacramento. This was
necessary based on the tasting protocol and due to a very
successful enrollment. We look forward to seeing everyone who has
registered on Friday!
This one-day seminar will draw on the knowledge of highly
accomplished winemakers, viticulturists, and researchers to
further explore these questions:
here to download the abstract submission form.
We are pleased to offer the Call for Abstracts for the 58th
Annual Meeting in Reno, Nevada. We encourage you to submit an
abstract for consideration.
The annual meeting 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.
The American Society for Enology and Viticulture will present
“Defining and Managing Ripeness from Vine to Wine” on Friday,
Jan. 26, 2007, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Sheraton Grand Hotel
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. We are pleased to recognize these
outstanding graduate and undergraduate students who were granted
awards for the 2006-2007 academic year. Click more to see a list
of the scholarship recipients.
Offering Programs to Meet Every Level of Technical Expertise
Based on a three-year plan developed by the ASEV Board of
Directors, significant enhancements to the 2006-2008 Annual
Meetings are being planned to better serve the professional needs
of our diverse membership. This strategy will result in an
increasingly changed program matrix for future ASEV annual
meetings with varied technical levels from scientific research to
An overview of the current research direction in grape and wine
phenolics will be on display at the ASEV’s 57th Annual Meeting on
Wednesday, June 28th in Sacramento with distinguished speakers
filling the program.
Honorary Research Lecturer Award Recipient Douglas O. Adams from
the University of California, Davis, will open the session with
his address on practical phenolics in analysis and extraction to
complement reports of other informative studies related to
phenolics and tannins.
Decanter Magazine named her one of 10 outstanding women in the
California wine industry, but her achievements stretch around the
globe. Ann C. Noble, creator of the Wine Aroma Wheel, will
receive the prestigious Merit Award at the American Society for
Enology and Viticulture’s 57th Annual Meeting on June 29th for
her significant accomplishments in the wine industry.
With a goal of enhancing the value and relevancy of the ASEV
programs for members and the industry, the ASEV Board of
Directors has developed a three-year strategic plan to augment
the content of its annual meetings. In 2006, when the 57th Annual
Meeting moves to Sacramento, several new enhancements will be in
place to help realize that goal.
The ASEV Annual Meeting held at the Washington State Convention &
Trade Center in Seattle was attended by over 2,000 people who
represented many states, countries and professional capacities.
There was great benefit from the support and hospitality offered
by the local wine industry and the Washington Wine Commission.
Read a complete conference overview on the 2005 Annual Meeting
Web site.Whether you are a member or supplier partner, you can’t
afford to miss the education and networking opportunities being
planned for the week of June 26, 2006.
The AJEV has announced the recipients of the Best Paper Award for
2005. The authors will receive the awards at the 2005 ASEV Annual
Meeting in Seattle, Washington. Click
here to go to the Best Paper Award page and download the
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and support research in enology and viticulture or other sciences
directly applied to enology or viticulture through its technical
programs. Furthermore, the objectives shall be to provide forums
for the presentation, discussion, and publication of such
research and technological developments for the advancement of
science and the promotion of education in enology and
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