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ASEV Selects 2017 Best Enology and Viticulture Papers

Each year, the ASEV Best Paper Committee completes an evaluation of all research papers published in the American Journal of Enology and Viticulture for the prior year. The committee selects one paper in the field of enology and one in the field of viticulture that is deemed outstanding in its content and a substantial contribution to the field.

2017 Best Enology Paper:
Effects of Vineyard and Winemaking Practices Impacting Berry Size on Evolution of Phenolics during Winemaking
L. Federico Casassa, Richard C. Larsen, James F. HarbertsonAJEV 67(3):257

2017 Best Viticulture Paper:
Effect of Postharvest Defoliation on Carbon and Nitrogen Resources of High-Yielding Sauvignon blanc Grapevines
Marc M. Greven, Sue M. Neal, D. Stuart Tustin, Helen Boldingh, Jeff Bennett, Maria Carmo VasconcelosAJEV 67(3):315

Published on 07/03/2017
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