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Wine Flavor Perception In A Person With Isolated Congenital Aglossia, Naïve Wine Taster, And Sommelier, Kristin Mahood, Long Wang, Betty McMicken, Cheryl Rock 2017 California State University, Long Beach

Wine Flavor Perception In A Person With Isolated Congenital Aglossia, Naïve Wine Taster, And Sommelier, Kristin Mahood, Long Wang, Betty Mcmicken, Cheryl Rock

Communication Sciences and Disorders Faculty Articles and Research

Objective: This study aimed to augment previous research that investigated flavor perception in isolated congenital aglossia by a whole food/beverage approach. Isolated congenital aglossia is the rare condition of absence of a tongue at birth without the presence of other symptoms. Previous studies confirmed taste perception in isolated congenital aglossia using single taste solutions including sour, salty, sweet, bitter, and umami.

Methods: The current randomized, double-blinded study age- and sex-matched a naïve wine taster and sommelier to the 46 year-old female with isolated congenital aglossia. A Nose and Palate Survey with 54 variables created based on the Court of ...


Valle Del Itata: Limitaciones Y Desafíos Para Pasar Del Olvido A Producir Vinos De Talla Mundial, Ignacio Serra Stepke 2017 Universidad de Concepción

Valle Del Itata: Limitaciones Y Desafíos Para Pasar Del Olvido A Producir Vinos De Talla Mundial, Ignacio Serra Stepke

Ignacio Serra Stepke

No abstract provided.


Guide To The Byard Collection, Linfield College Archives 2017 Linfield College

Guide To The Byard Collection, Linfield College Archives

Linfield College Archives Finding Aids

This collection is comprised of legal documents, wine labels and bottles, and other business materials from Don Byard’s time as owner and co-owner of Eola Hills Vineyard and Hidden Springs Winery.


An Assessment Of Seven New Grape Varieties And A Study Of Grapevine Vein Clearing Virus In Native Vitaceae Plants, Kaylie A. Austin 2017 Missouri State University - Springfield

An Assessment Of Seven New Grape Varieties And A Study Of Grapevine Vein Clearing Virus In Native Vitaceae Plants, Kaylie A. Austin

MSU Graduate Theses

One of the most effective methods of reducing pesticide application in vineyards is breeding hybrid varieties for disease resistance. The new varieties must be assessed for disease resistance and viticultural traits. This thesis focuses on seven new varieties from a cross of ‘Norton’ and ‘Cabernet Sauvignon’. ‘Norton’ was chosen because of its disease resistance and cold hardiness. ‘Cabernet Sauvignon’ was selected because of its high-quality wine making berries. The cross was made in 2005, seven were selected in 2011, and evaluation began in 2016. Using Botrytis cinerea as a model pathogen, resistance was measured with an incidence rate and severity ...


Guide To The Cole Danehower Collection, Linfield College Archives 2017 Linfield College

Guide To The Cole Danehower Collection, Linfield College Archives

Linfield College Archives Finding Aids

This collection is comprised of materials from Cole Danehower’s careers, both his time as a wine writer and before he relocated to Oregon. Materials include articles written by Danehower, information collected on a variety of topics related to the wine industry, interviews he conducted, books he acquired over time, and his on-site photographs. There are also materials celebrating his wedding and honoring his death.


Guide To The Elaine Cohen, Oregon Wine Press Collection, Linfield College Archives 2017 Linfield College

Guide To The Elaine Cohen, Oregon Wine Press Collection, Linfield College Archives

Linfield College Archives Finding Aids

This collection compiles informational resources, details, and events chronologically and contains photographs, negatives, and slides from events over a period of 20 years in the Oregon wine industry. Images in this collection cover the Oregon wine community and the nation’s wine industry. The images in this collection were created to be part of the Oregon Wine Press publication, of which Elaine Cohen was a co-founder.


Oregon Wine Board Meeting Minutes March 7, 2017, Oregon Wine Board 2017 Linfield College

Oregon Wine Board Meeting Minutes March 7, 2017, Oregon Wine Board

Oregon Wine Board Documents

These meeting minutes list individuals in attendance and missing at the March 7, 2017 Oregon Wine Board (OWB) meeting, held at Blue Mountain Community College in Milton-Freewater, Oregon. The research and finance committees provided reports, and the Board discussed grant funding recommendations for viticulture and enology projects in the upcoming year. The meeting lasted 2 hours 27 minutes.


Valley Vineyards Wine & Beer List, 2017, Valley Vineyards 2017 Kent State University

Valley Vineyards Wine & Beer List, 2017, Valley Vineyards

Valley Vineyards Documents

Selection of craft beers and estate wines available at Valley Vineyards.


Valley Vineyards: A Discovery In Unique Tastes, 2017, Valley Vineyards 2017 Kent State University

Valley Vineyards: A Discovery In Unique Tastes, 2017, Valley Vineyards

Valley Vineyards Documents

Brochure highlights the history of the family-owned winery, the vineyards on the estate, Cellar Dweller brewery, wine tasting room selections and hours, and weekend cookout details.


Ne-1020 Cold-Hardy Wine Grape Cultivar Trial, Kenneth McCabe, Diana Cochran, Gail Nonnecke 2017 Iowa State University

Ne-1020 Cold-Hardy Wine Grape Cultivar Trial, Kenneth Mccabe, Diana Cochran, Gail Nonnecke

Farm Progress Reports

In conjunction with the Northeast Regional Research Project NE-1020 Multi-state Evaluation of Wine Grape Cultivars and Clones, Iowa State University (ISU) established a cold-hardy wine grape cultivar trial in 2008 at the ISU Horticulture Research Station (HRS), Ames, Iowa. The Iowa trial evaluates the performance of Corot Noir, La Crescent, Marquette, Petit Ami™ (planted in 2009), NY95.0301-01 (Arandell), MN1189, MN1200, MN1220, MN1235, MN1258, with Frontenac and St. Croix serving as control cultivars. Selection NY95.0300-01 (Aramella) was shipped by mistake and was planted in the guard rows and as end-of-row guard vines and Louise Swenson was used as replacement ...


Agriculture Research And Education Center Impact Report 2016/2017, WKU Department of Agiculture 2017 Western Kentucky University

Agriculture Research And Education Center Impact Report 2016/2017, Wku Department Of Agiculture

Agriculture Department Publications

No abstract provided.


Effects Of Shoot Orientation On Vegetative Growth, Yield Parameters And Berry Composition In Grapevine (Vitis Vinífera L.), Marcela Hidalgo, Ignacio Serra Stepke 2016 Universidad de Concepción

Effects Of Shoot Orientation On Vegetative Growth, Yield Parameters And Berry Composition In Grapevine (Vitis Vinífera L.), Marcela Hidalgo, Ignacio Serra Stepke

Ignacio Serra Stepke

No abstract provided.


Grapevine (Vitis Vinifera L., Cv. Pinotage) Leaf Stomatal Size And Density As Modulated By Different Rootstocks And Scion Water Status, 2016 Selected Works

Grapevine (Vitis Vinifera L., Cv. Pinotage) Leaf Stomatal Size And Density As Modulated By Different Rootstocks And Scion Water Status

Ignacio Serra Stepke

No abstract provided.


Guide To The Barney Watson Collection, Linfield College Archives 2016 Linfield College

Guide To The Barney Watson Collection, Linfield College Archives

Linfield College Archives Finding Aids

This collection contains materials regarding the wine industry and Oregon State University’s enology program. All materials focus around Barney Watson, an active member in the wine industry and former professor of enology at Oregon State.


Guide To The Kevin And Carla Chambers Collection, Linfield College Archives 2016 Linfield College

Guide To The Kevin And Carla Chambers Collection, Linfield College Archives

Linfield College Archives Finding Aids

This collection is comprised of materials advertising wine events occurring in Oregon’s wine country, more specifically in Yamhill County. There are other promotional materials as well.


Oregon Wine Board Meeting Minutes December 9, 2016, Oregon Wine Board 2016 Linfield College

Oregon Wine Board Meeting Minutes December 9, 2016, Oregon Wine Board

Oregon Wine Board Documents

These meeting minutes list individuals in attendance at the December 9, 2016 Oregon Wine Board (OWB) meeting, held at the OSU Foundation Portland Center in Portland, Oregon. The Board went into Executive Session prior to calling the meeting to order. The finance, research, and marketing committees, and the Oregon Wine Standing Committee on Research (OWSCR), all provided reports. As part of the research committee's report, the Board discussed a research project proposal from AFRI (the Agriculture and Food Research Initiative, administered by the United States Department of Agriculture). The Board also discussed nominations for the 2017 industry awards and ...


Identifying Economic Hurdles To Early Adoption Of Preventative Practices: The Case Of Trunk Diseases In California Winegrape Vineyards, Jonathan Kaplan, Renaud Travadon, Monica Cooper, Vicken Hillis, Mark Lubell, Kendra Baumgartner 2016 California State University, Sacramento

Identifying Economic Hurdles To Early Adoption Of Preventative Practices: The Case Of Trunk Diseases In California Winegrape Vineyards, Jonathan Kaplan, Renaud Travadon, Monica Cooper, Vicken Hillis, Mark Lubell, Kendra Baumgartner

Vicken Hillis

Despite the high likelihood of infection and substantial yield losses from trunk diseases, many California practitioners wait to adopt fieldtested, preventative practices (delayed pruning, double pruning, and application of pruning-wound protectants) until after disease symptoms appear in the vineyard at around 10 years old. We evaluate net benefits from adoption of these practices before symptoms appear in young Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards and after they become apparent in mature vineyards to identify economic hurdles to early adoption. We simulate winegrape production in select counties of California and find widespread benefits from early adoption, increasing vineyard profitable lifespans, in some cases, by ...


Promoting The Kent State Ashtabula Wine Program Using Digital Commons: Challenges And Opportunities, Amy Thomas 2016 Kent State University - Ashtabula Campus

Promoting The Kent State Ashtabula Wine Program Using Digital Commons: Challenges And Opportunities, Amy Thomas

Digital Commons + Northern Ohio User Group

Lessons learned and challenges explored in building the Ohio wine collection. Working with local winemakers and proprietors, the Ohio Wine Producers Association, Ohio Grape Industries, and the Viticulture Enology Science and Technology Alliance program coordinators, KSUA wine program and library staff have developed a DC site that chronicles the growth and impact of the industry statewide from the late 1960's to the present through photos, letters, newsletters, and interviews.


Shoot First And Ask Questions Later! A Social Media Strategy For Building A Wine Label Database, Jeff Hurn, Jack Schaeffer 2016 Act3 Partners

Shoot First And Ask Questions Later! A Social Media Strategy For Building A Wine Label Database, Jeff Hurn, Jack Schaeffer

VRA Bulletin

Our collaboration with the University of California Davis to provide cost effective high resolution / high quality digitizing services for their unique social media / crowd sourcing website to build a research database.


Oregon Wine Board Meeting Minutes August 18, 2016, Oregon Wine Board 2016 Linfield College

Oregon Wine Board Meeting Minutes August 18, 2016, Oregon Wine Board

Oregon Wine Board Documents

These meeting minutes list individuals in attendance and missing at the August 18, 2016 Oregon Wine Board (OWB) meeting, held at Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon. The Board went into Executive Session prior to calling the meeting to order. The finance, research, education, and marketing/communications committees provided reports. As part of the research committee's report, the Board discussed whether business and economics research will continue to reside within the Oregon Wine Standing Committee on Research (OWSCR). The meeting lasted 3 hours 44 minutes (including the time spent in Executive Session).


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