This summer, grape and wine logoientists, graduate students, and industry members from throughout the eastern United States and Canada will converge on the HWS campus.
Between Tuesday, July 13 and Thursday, July 15, the American Society for Enology and Viticulture Eastern Section will host its 35th annual conference in the Vandervort Room in Scandling Campus Center.
At its annual meeting, the ASEV-ES provides a forum for presenting research results related to enology and viticulture of grapes grown in the eastern United States and Canada. In addition to technical paper presentations, the ASEV-ES hosts a preconference tour of vineyards and wineries in the region, a student paper competition, scholarship awards, and a themed seminar.
This year’s meeting will be held in conjunction with the National Viticulture Research Conference, which will attract participants and papers from the western United States.
Participants will have the opportunity to join preconference tours of Seneca Lake wineries on July 12 and the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station campus and facilities. A special symposium, titled “Making Sense of Sensory” will feature presentations on wine sensory analysis by internationally known scientists.
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