Join colleagues and other industry professionals for an opportunity to network and discuss the latest in grapegrowing and winemaking at the 69th ASEV National Conference in Monterey. This wine region features 85 vintners and growers, 175 unique vineyards that grow 42 varietals and is the ideal setting to compliment this conference.
Wines & Vines reviewed Terroir and Other Myths of Winegrowing as “a must-read for winegrape growers and winemakers who have ever wrestled with the most important myths of winegrowing or debated them with colleagues.” Its author and University of California viticulture professor, Dr. Mark A. Matthews, has identified the most prevalent myths of winemaking – berry size, vine balance, stressed vine and terroir – in his book and has challenged how these myths hold up scientifically.
Dr. Matthews will explore the scientific evidence for these myths during his 2018 ASEV Keynote Presentation at the 69th ASEV National Conference on Wednesday, June 20.
The 2018 outreach seminar at the National Conference will focus on current issues in the California grape and wine industry on Thursday, June 21. The 90-minute seminar will cover the impact of higher temperatures on grapes, provide strategies on mitigating extreme fermentation conditions and discuss ways to resolve the growing demand for agricultural workers.
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