Presentations

The second Northern Grapes Symposium was held on February 6, 2013 in Rochester, NY, in conjunction with the Viticulture 2013 Conference.  Click below to download a PDF version of each presentation.

Viticulture Presentations

Leaf Injury Associated with Copper and Sulfur in Northern Grape Varieties: Preliminary Assessment
Patty McManus, University of Wisconsin
 
How climate influenced grape maturity in 11 Northern Grape variety trials from South Dakota to Massachusetts
Tim Martinson, Cornell University
 
Grapevine Nutrition: Results of Tissue and Soil Analyses
Carl Rosen, University of Minnesota
 
Performance of Marquette, Frontenac, and La Crescent in Northern Grapes Project Viticulture Trials 
Paul Domoto, Iowa State University

 

Enology Presentations

How Yeast Strain Selection can Influence Wine Characteristics and Flavors in Marquette, Frontenac, Frontenac gris, and La Crescent
Katie Cook, University of Minnesota
 
What do Enological Tannins offer to Northern Grape Winemakers?
Murli Dharmadhikari, Iowa State University
 
Managing Acidity: Biological and Chemical Methods
Anna Katharine Mansfield, Cornell University

Economics & Marketing Presentations

Baseline Survey Results
Bill Gartner and Brigid Tuck, University of Minnesota
 
Informing Wineries’ Tourism Decisions: Studies of Tasting Room Visitors and Wine Tourism Collaboration
Dan McCole, Don Holecek and Anna Popp, Michigan State University
 
Customer Satisfaction Drivers and Performance of Tasting Rooms in Cold Climate Wine Regions
Miguel Gomez and Erin Kelley, Cornell University
 
 

The first Northern Grapes Symposium was held on February 23, 2012 in St. Paul, Minnesota, in conjunction with the Minnesota Grape Growers Association annual Cold Climate Conference.  Click below to download a PDF version of each presentation.

Introducing the Northern Grapes Project, Jim Luby, University of Minnesota
 
Northern Grape Project Focus: Integrating Viticulture, Enology, Marketing, and Community for Sustainable Growth, Paul Lasley, Iowa State University
 
Viticulture: Addressing Climate, Soils, Nutrition, Pest Management to Achieve Consistent Quality, Paul Domoto, Iowa State University
 
Fruit Composition: Farming for Flavors, Anne Fennell, South Dakota State University
 
Enology: Developing Winemaking Practices and Styles Suited to Northern Grapes, Anna Katharine Mansfield, Cornell University
 
Marketing/Consumers: It Takes a Village, Bill Gartner, University of Minnesota
 
A Cut Above: How the Northern Grapes Project will Foster Growth and Development of the Cold-Climate Wine Industry, Tim Martinson, Cornell University

 

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