The Board convened in November for its annual day-long retreat.
Unlike former retreats, the Board committed to an agenda
that concentrated exclusively on existing challenges and
opportunities directly related to membership and the National
Conference. Typically, retreats have been based on the premise
that brainstorming new ideas and concepts was primary.
Over the next two years, the American Journal of Enology and
Viticulturewill be adjusting its publication
schedule. Beginning in 2016, the Journal will publish in January,
April, July and October. In order to accomplish this schedule
change, 2015 will be a transitional year. The 2015 Journal
publication schedule will be February, May, August and November.
Have you considered submitting an abstract
for the 66th ASEV National
Conference in Portland, Oregon? The deadline for abstract
submittals is February 16, 2015. While ASEV encourages submitted
abstracts in all areas of enology and viticulture, there is a
special interest in abstracts addressing nitrogen in grapes and
wine research to complement the National Conference’s International
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