Across the newdesk this week is an event announcement from Fruition Sciences. They are holding their 4th Vintage Report on January 21 in Napa.
This event is a technical meeting dedicated to winemakers, vineyard managers and winery owners only. No full time industry suppliers are accepted unless they are sponsoring the event. Media are welcome for the afternoon session only (including Award ceremony). We reserve the right for special derogation.
By putting plant data in the forefront of the discussion, the 4th Napa Vintage Report will aim at characterizing the specificities of the past vintage by looking at its impact on plant and fruit.
We are pleased to announce that Dr Markus Keller from Washington State University and Dr Steve Price from ETS Laboratories will join our panel of speakers.
January is the time to review the past vintage and start thinking about the coming one.
2013 is considered a dry year and a typical Napa Vintage. What else? How could we best describe this particular vintage from a climatic and physiological standpoint?
Présentation de l'Ostal Cazers lors de la Conférence du Millésime 2012
Practices played a critical role in shaping the vintage and grape quality. How people made their decision to achieve their objectives? What is the most innovative approach made in 2013 that is worth spreading?
We keep learning about the interactions existing between plant, fruit and climate. What are the new breakthrough that need to be incorporated into our management? Take the opportunity to listen to eminent scientists that will present their latest advances and already prepare for 2014.
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