Proceedings of the 2009 Ohio Grape and Wine Conference; February 16-17, 2009
Williams, Roger N.
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Series/Report no.:Horticulture and crop science department series. 765
Training systems as a tool for vigor management and increased productivity / Tony Wolf -- Essential parameters in the production of premium Pinot noir at Vision Cellars / Mac McDonald -- Critical control points in premium winemaking / Ellie Butz -- Vineyard site and variety selection / Tony Wolf -- Vineyard establishment / Mark Chien -- Care for young vines / Maurus Brown -- The benefits of liquid nitrogen dosing at the bottling line / Lee Cotten -- It's all about the people, that's the good part ... It's all about the people, that's the bad part / Rick Segel -- The art of differentiating and standing out in the crowded marketplace / Rick Segel -- Winemaking challenges and opportunities in a changing environment / Christian Butzke -- Winery and grape grower relations: how to make the marriage work / Mark Chien -- Succession and estate planning; ensuring the future of your business / David Marrison -- Do cropload and harvest date affect Vidal performance for ice wine production? A research update / Imed Dami -- Grape disease research update / Mike Ellis -- Grape insect research update / Roger Williams -- Vineyard weed research update / Doug Doohan -- The "white wine" production and story at Vision Cellars / Mac McDonald -- Basic producers for winery microbiology; even a chemist can do it! / Ellie Butz -- The importance of juice clarification, SO2 and sorbate management in the production of premium table wines / Todd Steiner -- Essential elements of managing fine fermentations: accentuate the positive and eliminate the negatives / Ellie Butz -- Addressing wine quality through the recognition of wine flaws: tasting / Todd Steiner