Preserving Fruit Quality in Difficult Times – A Review of Winegrowing Practices Based on the Latest Knowledge and Technology
Grapegrowing Session in Spanish
This session is based on attending the general session and one of the breakout sessions in enology or viticulture. A certificate of attendance will be available upon request.
Confronted with reduced returns, winegrape growers need to improve the allocation of limited resources. In this session, we will review concepts associated with fruit quality, discuss mechanized farming and address innovative practices of canopy management that will help to identify areas to reduce vineyard expenses while keeping grape quality.
Gaspar Roby, Terlato Wine Group, California
Pilar Baeza, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
Maria del Mar Alsina, E. & J. Gallo Winery, California
Nazareth Torres-Molina, University of California, Davis
Richard Hoff, Mercer Ranches, Inc., Washington