While the cost of everything from groceries to socks is rising,
your membership dues will remain the same and include the
following benefits for 2023:
Discounted rates with savings that will more than pay for
membership dues! Save up to $595 for ASEV and/or
ASEV-sponsored events, such as the National Conference in Napa, the
Unified Wine & Grape
Symposium in January, and the highly anticipated second part
of the Climate Change Symposium
We’re eagerly preparing for the 2023 ASEV National Conference and
the highly anticipated Part Two of Climate Change Symposium to be
held in Napa, California, on June 26-29, 2023. If you missed the
first part of the Climate Change Symposium, ASEV members can
visit the Videos
On-Demand feature to see presentations from the international
The 2023 ASEV National Conference will feature:
Merit Award Presentation
ASEV Extension Distinction Award Presentation
Honorary Research Lecturer
Climate Change Symposium: Part 2 – Enology
Research Reports (submitted through Call for Abstracts)
Join us for the Unified Wine & Grape
Symposium held on January 24-26, 2023, in Sacramento,
California. Start the year off and meet up with colleagues,
peruse the largest trade show of its kind in America,
and learn from industry leaders on our panels to help with
your business decisions for the year. There’s nothing like the
buzz and energy of the show – if you haven’t been, you won’t want
to miss it!
The Unified Wine & Grape Symposium attracts everyone from the
industry, from all levels of expertise, including movers and
shakers, decision makers, those new to the industry and those
looking to retire. It is the only place and time when this mix of
old and new, traditional and cutting-edge mingle under one roof.
This year’s keynote speaker is
Robin McBride, President of McBride Sisters Wine Company.
Take a look at the detailed online listing of the 2023 Unified
Symposium’s program or download the
PDF version of the program guide.
ASEV members are in the vineyards, the laboratories, the cellars,
and the classrooms teaching the next oenophile. With their
passion and dedication to the industry, they are the ones
everyone turns to for answers.
Advertise your academic and industry technical positions and
internships on the ASEV Job Board and
get the right applicants to fill them.
Hope Goldie used to garden and grow winegrapes with her
father in Yakima, Washington, when she was eight years old. She
never imagined that winegrapes would continue to be the focus of
her career path.
Hope is the director of winemaking at Darioush Winery in Napa,
California. She oversees all enology and wine production
operations – from the vineyard to the cellar, laboratory, and
crush pad. She joined Darioush in 2005 as an enologist and
contributed as a winemaker alongside Darioush’s founding
winemaker, Steve Devitt, for ten years before being promoted to
Director of Winemaking, beginning with the 2018 vintage. Her
responsibilities range from solving vineyard issues,
troubleshooting in the laboratory and/or cellar, and reviewing
samples, to meeting with growers to buy fruit and barrels,
judging at competitive tastings, and digging deep with her
sensory work to look for ways to improve phenolics and color.
Previous to Darioush, she was a lab technician at Opus One Winery
in Napa, a brewer at Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, and worked in
a cellar position at Stag’s Leap Winery. She was also the
enologist at Rutherford Hill Winery. Her journey led her to focus
on making exceptional, high-end Bordeaux blends.
In 1996, Hope enrolled in the Master of Science program in Food
Science and Technology/Enology at the University of California,
Davis, under the tutelage of sensory scientist and 2006 ASEV
Merit Award recipient, Dr. Ann C. Noble. As her lead grad
student, the California Department of Food & Agriculture
sponsored Hope’s quantitative microbiology thesis work on
Hope joined the ASEV Board of Directors in 2021. She’s been a
member of ASEV since 1999 and brings an invaluable perspective
from the wine industry.
“ASEV maintains the highest standard for academic research. I
like that ASEV is where you turn to for scientific research – not
opinion, but fact-based information. It’s important for the wine
and grape industry to maintain the purity of rigorous scientific
research and ASEV is safeguarding this fading practice,” said
“We’re thrilled Hope has joined the ASEV board as a director. Her
fresh, straightforward approach brings a depth of knowledge and
resource from the winemaking community” said Dan Howard, ASEV
Executive Director. “She’s been a wonderful addition to the group
to keep ASEV moving forward.”
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