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Dr. Ferreira specializes in chemical analysis of the molecules
responsible for the different perceptions related to odor, flavor
and taste, and in the integration of the chemical information
used to interpret sensory perception. This knowledge has been
primarily applied to wine flavor, a field in which LAAE leads
Register now for the
74th ASEV National Conference to learn more about wine
perceptions from an international expert in the field.
Climate change has become another opportunity for Napa
Valley viticulturists and winemakers to lead the way in wine
industry competition, similar to the Judgement of Paris in 1976
when two Napa Valley wineries shocked the world by taking the top
spots. Michael Silacci, winemaker at Opus One,
has spent most of his career walking the vineyards in the Napa
Valley. He will reflect on his journey and how he and his team of
40-plus are preparing for the future.
Listen to his keynote address, “Judgement of Napa,” on June 28,
2023, at the 74th ASEV National Conference at the Napa
Valley Marriott in Napa, California. Register today!
Individual berries within a cluster ripen at different times
and have different chemical and physical properties at each stage
The current approach of lumping all berries of the same
cluster together during analysis overlooks important details of
the ripening process.
The term “veraison” may not be suitable for describing
individual berries, as multiple changes are occurring at
different times. It is more appropriate to use the term for the
overall population of berries in a vineyard.
The research was conducted by a diverse team from different
countries, reflecting the global nature of viticulture and the
collaboration happening in the wine industry.
Dr. Markus Keller noted during the Q&A session, “One thing
that I find exciting about this paper, is there are five authors
and each one of us has a different accent. We are from five
different countries and did the actual study in America, even
though none of us were born in the U.S., which reflects the
diversity we now have at ASEV and also in the world of
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and the classrooms teaching the next oenophile. With their
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