Housing for the 70th ASEV National Conference is now open.
Reserve your room today! As a reminder, the
conference rate for housing will be valid only through Monday,
June 3, 2019 (based on room availability). To reserve a room,
Have you registered yet? Early registration and discounted
rates will only be available through Tuesday, June 11. The
general registration includes research reports (oral and poster),
supplier displays, award and keynote presentations, poster
session, flash talks, Napa Valley regional wine reception and
Attendees can now view the abstracts before attending the
conference. Each abstract title within the enology and viticulture research report
sessions is linked to the abstract. For example, go to either
enology or viticulture sessions, then click on the topic of
interest. Click on the presentation title to view the abstract.
ASEV is hosting its 70th National Conference on
June 17-20 at the Napa Valley Marriott Hotel in Napa, California.
This year’s program is packed full of information, starting off
with a full-day symposium on Oak in Winemaking on
Tuesday, June 18. Available on a first-come, first-served basis,
the Oak Symposium includes cooperage tours.
On Wednesday, there are a number of presentations to choose from.
Among them are the following:
presentation will be delivered by Dr. Susan Bastian from The
University of Adelaide in Australia. She will discuss her
research on context factors that affect wine consumer behavior,
choice and perception.
Want to learn about the latest research projects? The
Student Flash Talks in enology
and viticulture are a quick 3-minute synopses of the emerging
research projects throughout the world.
Thursday will feature another full day of sessions, including:
Award winner, Dr. Sara Spayd, will give her presentation
titled Grape and Wine Industry, Research, Extension and
Education: It Takes Villages.
“Dr. Sara Spayd embodies what ASEV was designed to do: develop
research, create a network, share the knowledge and mentor
leaders. She’s an exemplary colleague who has produced decades of
brilliant research, was actively involved in multiple projects
and could be depended on to get you results. But the one thing
that stands out about Sara is her ability to mentor students in
the industry. With her warm, infectious charm, she introduces and
guides them into careers and networks they would have never
thought to investigate,” said Jim Harbertson, ASEV Technical
Program Director, Washington State University, Tri-Cities. “She
introduced me to ASEV and is why I am part of the Society. That
is her legacy.”
“I’m pleased to be recognized by the Society and gratefully
acknowledge the support of growers, colleagues, mentors and
friends who comprise my extension network and make my work so
rewarding,” said Dr. Cooper.
ASEV is pleased to host our 2019 Honorary Research
Lecturer Dr. Susan Ebeler, professor in the Department of
Viticulture and Enology at the University of California, Davis.
Dr. Ebeler will be presenting “Perspectives on Grape
and Wine Flavor: Past, Present, and Future,” on June 19,
2019, at the Napa Valley Marriott Hotel.
The honorary research
lectureship is granted to an individual with a current
national or international reputation in his or her field of
research who is also actively involved in scientific research.
Wine Enologist and Consumer Behavior Researcher Dr. Susan
Bastian of The University of Adelaide, Australia, will be
presenting this year’s keynote on June 19, 2019, at the Napa
Valley Marriott Hotel.
Dr. Bastian’s keynote
presentation will explore the growing body of literature that
emphasizes how the sensory properties of wine represent only one
of many factors influencing a consumer’s perception of a beverage
and that changing the context can alter a consumer’s responses
and decisions. Current and future applications of technology as
well as the debated use of wine profiling of consumer product
optimization will be discussed.
This year, early career members and students will have the
opportunity to hear from Corey Beck, CEO and Winemaking Chief at
Francis Ford Coppola Presents, at the Early Career Member
Lunch on June 19, 2019. Rooted in the promise of providing
professional guidance and development, ASEV offers this luncheon
seminar as part of the National Conference experience for
students and early career members to learn from established
Beck will share some of the quotes that he lives his life by to
inspire attendees to start thinking about their own priorities.
“Principals and goals are key components to work and life, and
often we never take the time to define them. It’s imperative to
define these components by creating your own opportunities and
aligning yourself with companies who share your values and
principles so you can inspire others while you achieve your
goals,” said Beck.
Here at ASEV, volunteers are the heart of the organization and
essential to our success. Our board and committee members are all
volunteers. They continually use their voices to shape and
influence the wine and grape industry. We’d love to have you join
us. Click here to find out how you can
be a part of this community.
Access to decades of peer-reviewed research, discounted fees to
the Unified Symposium, the ASEV National Conference and other
ASEV sponsored professional development events, and videos
on-demand are just some of the membership benefits you can enjoy.
Interested in finding out more? Click
here or call us at (530) 753-3142.
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