|Subject||Variety Focus: Cabernet Sauvignon|
Variety Focus: Cabernet Sauvignon was a UC Davis Extension course held on May 15, 2008 at UC Davis. The links below contain both videos of the speakers and their presentations in an easy-to-use format. No additional software is required.
Fourth in a series of courses to focus on the viticultural side of select wine grape varieties, this one-day session covered the origins of Cabernet Sauvignon; the importance, development, and selection of clones; and featured experiences of Cabernet winegrowers about their use of this premier variety, renowned for its use in red winemaking worldwide.
Speakers include UC Davis faculty, UC farm advisors, California growers and winemakers, and a guest speaker from France, the home of Cabernet Sauvignon and the other Bordeaux varieties.
See also entry for Cabernet Sauvignon
The Variety Focus: Cabernet Sauvignon workshop was videotaped in excellent quality by UC ANR Communication Services. These Adobe Presenter files do not require any special software to run, but please wait about 12 seconds after clicking a link for the video to begin. Controls for the slides are provided (except for Charles Sullivan which is a stand-alone talk).
CABERNET SAUVIGNON: PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE
SOURCES OF CABERNET SAUVIGNON CLONES
CLONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS IN FRANCE
WINEMAKING: OLD WORLD VERSUS NEW WORLD
CABERNET SAUVIGNON IN LAKE AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES
CABERNET CLONAL TRIALS AT OAKVILLE
EFFECTS OF HANG TIME ON YIELD AND FRUIT COMPOSITION OF CABERNET SAUVIGNON GRAPEVINES GROWN IN SONOMA — MANAGEMENT OF IRRIGATION DURING HANG TIME
GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES ON CABERNET MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES
RESCUING OLD CABERNET SAUVIGNON CLONES