January 22, 2010 – Unified Symposium eNews
Discount Registration Rate Extended for Friday’s High Elevation/High Latitude Seminar
You can still save up to $200 on the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium’s Friday event High Elevation/High Latitude Seminar: Wine Growing On the Edge, which includes a box lunch and wine tasting when you register on-site in Sacramento.
Cost of the seminar is $300 for ASEV or CAWG members, $100 for ASEV Student Members and $600 Non-members.
The entire day will be devoted to taking a closer look at the challenges of grape growing and wine making in less traditional regions of the world.
International speakers are Vittorino Novello, Professor of Viticulture, University of Torino, Italy, and Pat Bowen, Pacific Agri-Food Research Center, Okanagan, Canada.
Topics that will be explored include:
- How Climate Changes With Elevation and Latitude, and Implications for Winegrowing
- Winegrowing in the Far North From the Perspective of a Grape Vine Physiologist
- Mountain Viticulture in Europe: Challenges to Production and Sustainability
- Cultural Practices in New Zealand, Argentina and Other Regions