Missouri Features Nation's Oldest Viticultural Region Missouri has been home to the art of growing grapes and winemaking for more than 150 years. Heavily influenced by German, French and Italian Immigrants, Missouri wines are steeped with history from our European ancestors. Missouri has more than 80 unique wineries offering award-winning wines, panoramic views, history, hospitality and more. To get a taste of Missouri wine country, go to or call 800-519-4800 to get a copy of your FREE Official Missouri Travel Guide.
WSU Innovators: Organic Viticulture What aspects of taste, smell, and flavor are most important to fully experience a superb glass of wine? Carolyn Ross knows. Dr. Ross, an assistant professor in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, combines sensory ***ysis with ***ytical chemistry techniques in her research to identify and describe changes in the flavor and odor profiles in wine. Her grape and wine research focuses on evaluation of aroma and flavor compounds and precursors, and the changes that take place in these compounds due to viticultural and enological practices. More at www.theInnovators.wsu.edu.
Pacific Rim: Viticulture 101 Growing grapes is an art and a science. A wine is only as good as the grapes with which its made. Learn about soils, climate, pruning techniques . . . and that ubiquitous term, terroir.
In Their Own Words: WSU Students on Viticulture and Enology Students in Washington State University's viticulture and enology program talk about their experiences learning about wine-grape growing and wine making. For more information, please visit wine.wsu.edu.
WSU Viticulture & Enology: The Science Does Matter Why would a professional winemaker already making world-class wine return to college to earn a degree in viticulture and enology? Check out Northstar Winery's David "Merf" Merfeld reasons. Learn more about the science of wine at WSU by visiting www.wine.wsu.edu and about Northstar at their Web site: /.
NMIT's Bachelor of Viticulture and Winemaking The Bachelor of Viticulture and Winemaking at NMIT provides a practical, industry-focussed education in Viticulture and Winemaking. Go to www.nmit.vic.edu.au/wine for more information.
Pipestone Vineyards - Conservation viticulture Jeff Pipes of Pipestone Vineyards talking about conservation farming in his vineyard. Video is a portion of a documentary produced by David Gottlieb for the Upper Salinas-Las Tablas Resource Conservation District. Jeff is the Vice President of the Board.
Life, Liberty & Viticulture: Bryan Bab*** on winemaking, Patrick Henry, & Ayn Rand Bryan Bab*** is a cutting-edge winemaker named by the Los Angeles Times as one of the "Ten Best Winemakers of the Year" and voted "Most Courageous Winemaker of the Year." Part of his bold and daring reputation stems from his outspoken embrace of liberty and the ideas put forth by Ayn Rand. "I don't walk around thinking about Ayn Rand, John Galt, or Atlas Shrugged every second of the day, thinking about how I can make this [vineyard] be like Galt's Gulch. But if it was Galt's Gulch, the government would not be permitted to take one step on the property," says Bab***. "John Galt is the guy in fiction that Patrick Henry [was in] real life....And the world needs a few of those. The world needs an Atlas to hold up the globe. The world needs a John Galt or a Patrick Henry to say, 'Freedom is a good thing, man needs freedom, we've got to be free.'" Approximately 10 minutes. Bab*** was interviewed by David Nott. The segment was filmed and edited by Alex Manning. Production assistants were Seth Goldin and Ryan Seals. This video is part of the Reason.tv series Radicals For Capitalism: Celebrating the Ideas of Ayn Rand. For more videos and information, go to All videos are available for download in a variety of formats at ... (more info) (less info)
Allan Han*** College CTE Enology/Viticulture Student Testimonial Enology/Viticulture student Allyson Noland uses education in the industry.
Olivier Humbrecht MW on Biodynamic Viticulture Olivier Humbrecht of Domaine Zind Humbrecht speaks to Ray O'Connor of the International Wine Challenge about Biodynamic Viticulture
Sustainable Viticulture at Red Tail Ridge Winery In 2009 Red Tail Ridge became the first and only winery in New York State to register as a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) project. Green building and managing an environmentally friendly winery are founded on Red Tail's commitment to practicing sustainable viticulture in the Finger Lakes.
CUVEE: Cornell University Viticulture and Enology Experience A photo montage of the CUVEE: Cornell University Viticulture and Enology Experience program.
Mike Benziger of Benziger Winery Discusses Organic and Biodynamic Viticulture : Video by Deborah Gavito of Counter Organic Wine Bar Mike Benziger shows us how he manages beneficial insects on his Biodynamic vineyard.
Biodynamic wine | Marchand & Burch Wines | Biodynamic viticulture Winemakers Pascal Marchand and Jeff Burch talks about Biodynamic winemaking Marchand & Burch .au Howard Park Wines .au Wines from Burgundy in France, and Margaret River and the Great Southern
Viticulture & Enology Program Meet Paul Gospodarczyk as he was introduced in 2008, and see how choosing DMACC's Viticulture & Enology Program can benefit your course of studies!
NMIT - Viticulture & Winemaking NMIT is the premier provider of industry-focused viticulture and winemaking courses in Victoria, Australia. Based at NMIT's Epping Campus, just 20km from Melbourne's city centre, the course has access to world-class lecturers and facilities.
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Pruning & Viticulture at Europa Village - Feb 2011 We have been busy pruning over the last couple of weeks at Europa Village vineyards. Master of Viticulture, Ben Drake invited us along for an afternoon to tell us a little bit about the viticulture practices at Europa Village Vineyards.
Make tomorrow better: Eloise - Viticulture and Oenology .au Eloise Jarvis explains how teaching her students at Curtin's Margaret River campus the importance of sustainability will help make tomorrow better for themselves and others. .au
Allan Han*** College CTE Enology/Viticulture Testimonial Enology/Viticulture student Mitchell Simpson takes hands-on approach to wine making
Gary Farrell Winery - Viticulture and Winemaking in Russian River Valley Gary Farrell Winery winemaker Susan Reed discusses the viticulture of the Russian River Valley and winemaking practices Gary Farrell Winery uses to produce acclaimed wines.
History of the Alsace viticulture by Johnny Hugel
Viticulture in the Province of Burgenland www.hello-: The province of Burgenland is famous for its fine wines and we travel to Neckenmarkt to be on hand for the wine harvest.
Viticulture Goes High Tech Iron Horse Vineyards rips out vines and relies on new technology for replanting
Mark Garrett on 'no dig' gardening and how it applies to viticulture This is one of THAT CRAZY FRENCH WOMAN's vine blog video entries:
Don't smell the cork - wine and viticulture Brief explanation about cork sniffing and different kind of wine bottle closures. Learn how to really impress Sommeliers From Brad LaRochelle at Bodega Los Toneles. brad@ .ar
Viticulture and Enology at Washington State University Take a quick tour of WSU's world-class viticulture and enology education, research and outreach programs that, in partnership with grape growers and winemakers, have built a world-class wine industry in Washington state.
UC Davis Viticulture and Enology Tour and Wine Cellar UC Davis Victiculture and Enlogy Department and UC Davis Wine Cellar Tour
WWCC Enology and Viticulture The Institute for Enology and Viticulture provides students with hands-on experience in winemaking, viticulture practices, and wine sales. To this end, the Institute has developed several acres of teaching vineyards and a certified nursery where students actively participate in vineyard management and the growing of quality wine grapes used to support the teaching winery. For more information go to www.wwcc.edu/viticulture
Vintage School 2.10 - Methode Champenoise - Viticulture An excerpt from Vintage School Chapter 2.10, "Making Sparkling Wines." Read more here .au
monitoring bud break | Michael Neal | Napa Viticulture Services You can't manage a vineyard unless you actually visit the vineyard. Michael shows us what he does during a typical surprise inspection of a vineyard in mid April. Michael J. Neal Viticultural Services PO Box 211 Rutherford, CA 94573 707-963-4955 info@
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Viticultural manifestation to protest rising price of gas Grape growers in the south of France united along with a lot of people who had nothing better to do but show solidarity one Wednesday afternoon to protest the rising cost of diesel gasoline (gazole). The government here charges a hefty tax which is lessened for farmers, fishers, etc. but NOT ENOUGH according to this group of strikers and protesters. They dumped hectoliters of processed grape lees on the prefecture where lots of gendarme (police) were stationed in waiting. We marched all around Carcassonne after hearing a lengthy speech on the subject of the grape grower's government-imposed poverty. The voice over is hard to subtitle, but the speaker compares the French wine crisis to the American housing crisis. Draw your own conclusions.
Wine Sense TV - Riesling: High Altitude Viticulture and Food Pairing* From the episode "Warming Up to Cool Climate Whites", Tom Doughty, host of Wine Sense Canada, speaks with Mason Spink at See Ya Later Ranch in British Columbia about high altitude viticulture which translates into a more balanced with natural acidity and sugar.
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What to Consider Before Applying to Viticulture School - Hattie Elliot In Chapter 6 of 16, entrepreneur and connector Hattie Elliot earns a viticulture degree while studying in South Africa and enters the wine industry. While studying viticulture she learns wine is less about big business and entertainment and more about farming and science. View more at
Viticulture Field Day Fruit Growers News managing editor Matt Milkovich attended a viticulture field day at Michigan State University's Southwest Michigan Research and Extension Center, where there were presentations from Diane Brown, Rufus Isaacs and Tom Zabadal.
Hygienic Viticulture Tools for Wineries & Vineyards 1-800-672-8119 (USA) Union Jack Stable & Garden Here are several new hygienic viticultural tools designed specifically for the handling of grapes and pomace. These light-weight tools can help vineyard and winery owners increase productivity and reduce labor costs by moving and processing grapes faster and more efficiently than ever before. The British made Unifork, Unirake and Solid One-Piece Hygiene Shovel are currently in use at wineries and vineyards throughout Europe and are now available here in the United States. The Unifork and Unirake have tapered and star-profiled tines that enable easy piercing and gathering of grapes and pomace. The material-facing surface of the tines are flat, not round, giving these tools superior handling qualities compared to anything else on the market -- and they won't scratch or damage your stainless steel tanks. The curved back of the Unifork aids in removing material from the bottom of vats and tanks. The tapered tines guide the grapes and pomace into the rear of the fork allowing large loads to be moved without spillage. The Unirakes' long five foot handle makes it easy to remove grapes from elevated bins. The Solid One-Piece Hygiene Shovel is tough, light-weight and easy to clean. The Shovel can hold and scoop large amounts of grapes and must. All products are made of high-grade polypropylene which is virtually unbreakable and immune to rust or rot. These tools are approved under FDA regulations for direct ...
Cameron Rushton - Viticulture and Enology WSU student Cameron Rushton talks about the Viticulture and Enology program.
Video4 Wine and Viticulture Promo A comprehensive video demo of wine making in the Santa Cruz Mountains by Video 4. The video demonstrates the many uses of video in marketing wines - marketing, sales, DVDs for wine club members, historical documentation, informercials, commercials, video in the tasting room, and more. Thank you to Silver Mountain, Woodside Vineyards, Lester Family Vineyards, and VASCM - The Viticultural Association of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about our low rates and trades for wine.
Premiere Viticulture Napa Vineyard Timelapse Premiere Viticultural Services Napa Valley Vineyard Timelapse Project. This Movie is every day at 12:00 Noon in a Sauvignon Blanc Vineyard in the Oak Knoll District during the 2008 season.
Biodynamic viticulture at Bethel Heights with Mimi Casteel Biodynamic viticulture: myth or reality? Do moon phases and the orbiting planets determine the flavor of the wines we love? Very little stands in the way between Mimi Casteel and sustainable agriculture and it runs in the family. Her father Ted helped draft the LIVE guidelines that ensure the vineyards we love will endure for the next generation while protecting wildlife habitat and yielding great wine. One of the experiments at Bethel Heights is Biodynamic agriculture. Listen to Mimi speak to Artisan Vineyards about Rudulph Steiner, the various solutions and the merits of Biodynamism.