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ASEV National Conference
Early-Bird Registration Extended

The 74th ASEV National Conference in Napa, California, is only one week away. You can still register at the discounted early-bird rate through this Friday to attend sessions, bump elbows with old friends, share a glass with colleagues and learn the latest scientific information in the wine and grape industry.

Here’s an overview of the 3-day conference’s key events:

Tuesday, June 27

Wednesday, June 28

Thursday, June 29

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SOLD OUT! Climate Change Symposium – Part 2: Enology

Last year, the ASEV National Conference presented a symposium that focused on the impact of climate change on viticulture. This year will continue with the discussion of impacts on the grape and wine industry with four areas of focus:

  • How changing conditions impact fruit and wine composition
  • Adapting to changes in wine composition using microbiological strategies
  • Sensory impacts
  • Managing winery resources sustainably

Speakers throughout the United States and around the world will be presenting a balance between theoretical and applied science and will address the concerns in cool, warm, dry and humid climates. The event will also feature a keynote presentation during lunch as well as an afternoon tasting.

View the full schedule and speaker line-up

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ASEV Foundation Created to Help Foster the Next Generation of Leaders

In February, the ASEV Board approved the creation of the ASEV Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. On average, the Society presents $100,000 in scholarships annually to 20-plus students throughout North America. The Foundation will help sustain this investment and other educational opportunities for generations to come.

“The industry looks to ASEV for the fundamental, high-quality scientific information that is vital to driving innovation. To succeed in this, we recognize the need to support the development of the next generation of talented students who will serve in important academic, industry and governmental roles in the future,” says Keith Striegler, ASEV Board & Foundation President. “We are proud to establish the ASEV Foundation in support of one of ASEV’s most important functions.”

For more information about the Foundation, visit

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AJEV Print Orders Due in July

After transitioning to continuous publishing, AJEV is offering Print on Demand (POD) twice annually to provide the print version of the American Journal of Enology and Viticulture (AJEV).

AJEV articles published from January to June are available for POD order begining in July, and articles published from July to December are available for POD order beginning in January.

The Print on Demand service may be used by libraries, educational institutions, or individuals who want the printed publication physically shipped directly to their mailing addresses.

To place a POD order, complete and submit the following order form: ASEV Publications Order Form.

For questions about this service or orders, email the Publications Coordinator at

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Save the Date! July 20 Webinar on Viticultural Mechanization

Join us for the July webinar titled Effects of Viticultural Mechanization on Working Time Requirements and Production Costs on July 20 from 9:00 am to 10:00 am (PDT).

This one-hour webinar includes a 20-minute Q&A with the authors. It’s free to ASEV members and $50 for non-members.

To register and for more information, visit the webinar page.

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