|Subject||Wine and Wine Grape Research 2013|
Held on February 21, 2013 at UC Davis, this event showcased current viticulture and wine-related research projects as 20-minute talks by researchers. Wine and Wine Grape Research was offered by UC Davis Extension for the first time in 2009 and is anticipated to be offered annually as an opportunity for researchers, growers, winemakers, students, and others interested in cutting-edge projects. The format of short reports allows for synopses of many projects in a single day, all of which may be viewed through the links below.
The research was funded by grants from the American Vineyard Foundation, Viticulture Consortium West (VCW), and/or the California Competitive Grants Program for Research in Viticulture and Enology. It was co-sponsored by the American Vineyard Foundation and the National Grape and Wine Initiative.
For information on Wine and Wine Grape Research seminars, or other viticulture and enology courses offered by UC Davis Extension, visit their website at http://extension.ucdavis.edu/unit/winemaking
Links to individual presentations are below. After clicking on a link, notice the 5 icons on the upper right of the screen. The first icon with inward arrows turns the screen into full screen; the second icon turns it into a picture in a picture; the third icon makes it into a side by side picture; the fourth icon makes a single picture of the slide or the presenter, the last icon swaps the slide and the presenter.
Description: Welcome and Introductions - Deborah Golino, UGMVE Director
Description: Grape cracking: physical mechanism and the influence of irrigation.
Description: Sustaining bud fruitfulness, yield and wine composition of Pinot gris in the southern San Joaquin Valley.
Description: The National Clean Plant Network for Grapes.
Description: Grape rootstock breeding progress.
Description: New Concepts in Tannin Analysis. Influence of grape and wine production practices on tannin extractability and activity.
Description: Control of Wine Oxidation
Description: Breeding nematode resistant rootstocks.
Description: Control of trunk diseases.
Description: Biology and genetics of Phaeomoniella chlamydospora, one of the causal agents of Esca.
Description: Grape mealybug populations and grapevine leafroll disease incidence.
Description: Modeling leafroll epidemics as a means to facilitate discussion about the sustainablity of the wine grape industry.
Description: Grapevine leafroll associated viruses: symptoms and effects on rootstocks.
Description: Mealybug transmission of GLRaV-3.
Description: A DNA virus associated with grapevine red blotch is widespread in California vineyards.
Description: Red Blotch Status of the Classic Foundation Vineyard and the Russell Ranch Foundation.