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Stofflet: The musicality of Marin pinot noir

After his internship, Brooks made a decision to go back to school and attended UC-Davis, studying viticulture and oenology ... with the subtle herbal essence. This gives the wine a true sense of place ... read more

UC Davis professor explores the history of wine through labels

UC Davis ... wine — and its place in our lives — has been transformed. His presentation will trace its history from the days when the Gold Rush drove a new thirst for domestic wine, to its rebirth fol... read more

Arts calendar

Buehler Alumni Center on the UC Davis Campus, 530 Alumni Lane. To see more photos from this collection, visit www.joannatully.com. Around the time of his death ... will play at Wine’d Down Thursday at ... read more

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A Wine Dynasty Comes to New Hampshire

She also studied winemaking at UC Davis ... in 1961. • His grandparents were part of the French Resistance during World War II. • When he was 11, he visited Monterey, San Francisco and Sonoma, where h... read more

The secret to great wine? Organic chemistry.

It’s a good bet that Waterhouse will pick a winning wine. He’s widely respected for his expansive knowledge of wine chemistry and has educated a generation of winemakers during his 26 years teaching i... read more

Is winemaking an art or science?

“Terroir is a wonderful marketing term,” says David Mills, a microbiologist at UC Davis ... world’s established wine-growing regions by mid-century, with the Australian wine industry hit particularly ... read more

Preserving the Vintage

One could expect that wine libraries are concentrated in California, the top-producing state, but wine collections and digital archives are also popping up in places ... at UC Davis, believes that the ... read more

Airbnb Reward Experience: Wine in the Dark

Today the first reward took place. It was a blind wine tasting with Hoby Wedler. Wedler is a UC Davis doctoral student nominated by Forbes in the ... Winery in Geyserville since 2011. He blindfolds hi... read more

Oregon Is Latest Destination to See Its Vineyards as Tourist Draw

His long-distance perception of southern Oregon is of a bucolic region “with the sort of real country vibe that might be missing from some of the world’s more developed wine regions ... Among the site... read more

Commercializing Tradition in Yunnan, China

But pu’er is transforming into a high-end, luxury item, and its commercialization is bringing tourists from around the world who desire to experience ... studies and current doctoral student of anthro... read more

Two students see the world through the lens of wine

There are students who set off to see the world, and wine lovers ... husband have created a special label of wine, Portfolio, sales of which also support the foundation. Georges Janssens, who graduate... read more

7 Popular Wine Myths, Debunked

Perhaps you have a friend in your life who insists on swirling the wine in his or her glass before taking a sip ... including Susan Ebeler and Hildegarde Heyman of UC-Davis's Robert Mondavi Institute ... read more

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