‘Cabernet Sauvignon’ is the leading grape variety, accounting for more than a quarter of the total harvest.
Genomics are being used to help develop winegrape varieties.
An Italian viticulturist shares his thoughts about a California region, and what new varieties might thrive in their climate.
National viticulture symposium provides insights into estimating vineyard irrigation requirements.
John Dyson, who owns wineries in both Italy and the U.S., helps to provide endowed chair position in the Department of Plant Pathology at UC-Davis.
Researchers are evaluating a wide range of alternative winegrape varieties for California’s San Joaquin Valley.
Methods to reduce labor dependency important for the future of grape production.
Vines continue to be pulled from the state’s interior, while planting is expected to increase along coast and in Delta area.
California Green Medal recognizes wineries and vineyards with a focus on sustainability.
It’s no coincidence that more than half the full-time vineyard workers at McManis Family Vineyards have been with the company for 20-plus years.
The Napa River, which has helped create soil perfect for grape-growing in the Napa Valley, is in danger. […]
The use of evaporative cooling in vineyards during hot weather isn’t a new concept, but researchers in Australia […]
There’s a burgeoning market for cold-weather grapes. The Northern Grapes Project, funded in 2011 by a USDA National […]
Washington State University researchers debunk common myth.
The Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers 2016 Annual Meeting, Convention, and Trade Show will be heldon February 9-11, 2016, held at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick, WA.
New research helps growers determine how close to harvest they can safely spray elemental sulfur.
Rootstocks have benefits, but research shows there’s no silver bullet.