2007 Ohio Grape & Wine Conference: February 12-13, 2007: Presentations
New theory and research on tannins, proteins and their relationship to color stabilization and sensory effects in red wine (185.0Kb)
Creators:Ohmart, Clifford P.
Martinson, Timothy E.
Williams, Roger N.
Fickle, Dan S.
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Series/Report no.:Horticulture and crop science department series. 758
What is sustainable viticulture and how do you practice it? / Clifford P. Ohmart -- Sustainable viticulture in the East; special challenges and opportunities / Timothy E. Martinson -- The Stratus Project: from philosophy to awards / Jean-Laurent Groux -- Chardonnay winemaking techniques / Randy Ullom -- Ohio quality wine: a new quality assurance program / Michelle Widner -- Sustainable agriculture in Ohio / Alan Sundermeier -- Sustainable disease management / Mike Ellis -- Sustainability and pest management in viticulture / Roger N. Williams and Dan S. Fickle -- Cabernet sauvignon building blocks / Randy Ullom -- A brief overview of several malolactic fermentation studies at OARDC / Todd Steiner -- Off-premise wine sales panel / John Switzer, Ken Bement -- OSU Extension: an evolving organization / Keith Smith -- Results of the Ohio Grape and Wine Industry survey / Imed Dami, Todd Steiner, and Taehyun Ji -- Characterization of aroma profiles of Traminette grape grown in different climatic regions / Taehyun Ji and Imed Dami -- Overview of trip to wine regions in Germany / Michelle Widner, Greg Johns, Andy Troutman -- Integrated pest management (IPM) in vineyards / Clifford P. Ohmart -- Sustainable weed management in the vineyard / Doug Doohan -- Understanding seasonal patterns of nitrogen supply and demand in managing your vineyard / Timothy E. Martinson -- Making good wines great: the art of assemblage at Stratus / Jean-Laurent Groux -- New theory and research on tannins, proteins and their relationship to color stabilization and sensory effects in red wine / Russell Robbins -- Cost share marketing and promotion program / Christy Eckstein -- Sustainable practices and organics-producer's experience panel / John Santos, Ken Tarsitano, Patti Iubelt
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