Dec 1, 2020 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PST
Join us for a live webinar series focusing on Grape Red Blotch Disease. This seminar series focuses on research findings from Oregon-based studies conducted by researchers at Oregon State University’s Oregon Wine Research Institute and partners at the USDA-ARS. Seminars will cover virus epidemiology, vector identification and biology, grapevine performance, wine production, fruit and wine composition, and wine sensory results. Each seminar will allow a live question/answer session. Registration is required in advance. A zoom link is provided to the webinar once registration is complete.
Featured topic and speaker:
Sensory impacts due to Grapevine Red Blotch Virus on Willamette Valley Pinot noir
Sam Hoffman, Graduate Research Assistant and MS candidate, Oregon State University
Sam is a graduate student in the labs of Dr. Elizabeth Tomasino (sensory and flavor chemistry) and Dr. James Osborne (enology).