Archive for the Tag 'Advanced Viticulture'

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Petaluma Gap Wines ~ Wildly Flavorful

[PHOTO: Dr. Mark Greenspan, borrowed from his Advanced Viticulture Website] From the famed viticulture expert Dr. Mark Greenspan in a Petaluma Gap Newsletter: According to viticulturist Mark Greenspan in this Wine Business Monthly article, “Wind is a significant factor in many regions [including] the Petaluma Gap of Sonoma County… We see thicker skins and more intense color in […]

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2018 Vineyard Economics Seminar program on Monday, June 18, 2018

The 2018 Vineyard Economics Seminar: Register here… An expert panel will be kicking off the first major discussion of the day, which is a focus on wine country agriculture, the latest in land acquisitions, and what that means for the future. In this panel, five industry experts will journey through a discussion about availability, demand, […]

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Current Wine and Winegrape Research course offered by UC Davis Extension

This is Public Service Announcement for UC Davis. For the inquisitive, marketers, wine sales industry pros, wanting to understand more about wine grapes and current enology projects. You are invited to join U.C. Davis’s Extension program for the Current Wine and Winegrape Research course, so that you can soar to new heights of understanding. Monday, […]

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Santa Cruz Mountains ~ Terroir from Expert Dr. Mark Greenspan ~ Part 2

Image via Wikipedia My earlier post was Part 1 with Dr. Mark Greenspan, of Advanced Viticulture, about the Santa Cruz Mountains. Today is the rest of my interview with this world renowned expert in Climatology. [Q] Can you define the Santa Cruz Mountains? [A] It can be defined with varieties: Two sides of the mountain… […]

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Santa Cruz Mountains AVA ~ Terroir from an Expert ~ Dr. Mark Greenspan ~ Part 1

Santa Cruz Mountains AVA ~ Terroir from an Expert ~ Dr. Mark Greenspan… It doesn’t get much better than sitting with someone trained in viticulture, and Dr. Mark Greenspan, of Advanced Viticulture, is as good as it gets. I wanted to learn about the Santa Cruz Mountains AVA because I attended the World Of Pinot […]