ASEV's 56th Annual Meeting Offers a Full Program, Addressing Closures, Phenolics, Filtration and Method Validation
by Mike Miller
May 2005 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Organizers of the 2005 ASEV Annual Meeting have raised the bar, crafting an unusually full program that draws on some of the world's most respected scientists to address those issues at the forefront of the wine industry—from wine closures and phenolics, to filtration and method validation. Staged in the heart of Seattle at the Washington State Convention & Trade Center, the 56th Annual Meeting challenges attendees to look at science from a fresh and comprehensive perspective. "The one wo...
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