The American Society for Enology and Viticulture (the sciences of
winemaking and grape growing) is a 501 (c)(6), tax exempt
professional society dedicated to the interests of enologists,
viticulturists, and others in the fields of wine and grape
research and production throughout the world. Our membership
includes professionals from wineries, vineyards, academic
institutions and organizations.
Formed in 1950, and originally composed of researchers from the
University of California and California winemakers, the ASEV has
held a steady growth over the years. We currently have 1500
members, 100 Industrial Affiliates (companies), and two chapters:
an Eastern U.S. Chapter and the ASEV Japan Chapter.
The American Society for Enology and Viticulture is
announcing the consolidation of Catalyst: Discovery into Practice
with the American Journal
of Enology and Viticulture (AJEV). Effective January 2023,
Catalyst as a single entity will be dissolved and important
changes will be applied to AJEV, including new article types,
online-only publication with a print-on-demand option, and a
shift from an issue-based to a continual publishing format.
“I’m excited for this new phase of the Journal that will shorten
the time between the submission of articles to their publication
while preserving the high-quality standards our authors and
readers have come to expect,” says Dr. Markus Keller, ASEV
Science Editor, and Chateau Ste. Michelle Distinguished Professor
of Viticulture at Washington State University.
Other recent changes to the ASEV publications include the
adoption of a hybrid open access model last year and the option
for published authors to retroactively apply open access
publishing to their articles in both AJEV and/or Catalyst.
For specific information regarding the new guidelines for AJEV,
please refer to the updated AJEV
Guide for Authors.
As an international community of wine and grape professionals,
the Society promotes industry vitality through the exchange of
information and support of research and education. We host a
variety of platforms for the dissemination of basic and applied
research as well as the examination of emerging issues shaping
the industry. ASEV’s core strengths are continuous improvement,
professional growth, and the elevation of the next generation of
Dan Howard – Executive Director
Raquel Abad – Managing Editor
Ravenstorm Labarcon – Publications Coordinator
Savoeun Pineda – Association Services Coordinator
Jen Smalley – Event & Trade Show Manager
Dean Spencer – Office Coordinator
Jerry Sypkens – Technical Coordinator
Michelle Taillon – Event Coordinator
Approved by the ASEV Board of Directors on January 19, 2021.
The American Society for Enology and Viticulture is committed to
creating a fair, safe, and flexible environment which embraces
tolerance and fosters inclusion. We celebrate the myriad of
perspectives and contributions that each individual brings to our
Society. Diversity, equity, and inclusion fuel our innovation and
enriches our community.
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