The second annual Washington Advancements in Viticulture and Enology (WAVE), held April 19, 2017 at the Clore Center, was a great success!
New this year are two condensed sessions tailored for winemakers. The seminars, sponsored by the Washington State Wine Commission and Washington State University, are designed to help bring viticulture and enology research results into the hands of users and raise awareness of the value of research amongst grape growers and winemakers.
- WAVEx 2017 – Half day, includes enology research, practical winemaking tips, and lunch.
- July 11, Walla Walla Community College’s Enology and Viticulture Institute
- July 13, Brightwater Center, Woodinville
WAVEx registration will open May 1, 2017. Registration fee is $15.
If you missed WAVE 2017, presentations are below:
- Slowing the Spread of Grapevine Viruses - Dr. Naidu Rayapati
- Identifying Red Blotch Virus Vectors - Dr. Doug Walsh
- Irrigating by Variety - Dr. Markus Keller
- Nutrient Management in WA's Irrigated Vineyards - Dr. Joan Davenport
- Impacts of Grape Maturity on Wine Color, Sensory Attributes - Dr. Jim Harbertson
- New Potential for Enhancing Irrigation Efficiency - Dr. Pete Jacoby
- Smoke Taint in Grapes and Wine - Dr. Tom Collins
- Managing Nematodes in Maturing Vineyards - Dr. Michelle Moyer
Curious about the Washington Advancements in Viticulture and Enology Conference? Learn more here: 2017 WAVE Recap Press Release
Please reach out to Melissa Hansen, Research Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.