Professor David Mills featured in Spirited magazine
Dr. Mills is featured in an article titled "It's a Small World: Microbial Fingerprints Leave Their Mark on Winery and Vineyard Sites".
The Block Lab: Increasing Vineyard Water Use Efficiency through Cost-Effective Single-Vine-Resolution Irrigation
In order to increase the efficiency of water use in the vineyard and reduce labor, the Block Lab is working with several collaborators.
Recent Advances in Viticulture & Enology (RAVE) 2016
Recent Advances in Viticulture & Enology (RAVE) is our biannual update on the latest research conducted in the Department of Viticulture and Enology
V&E On the Road in Madera
The most recent On the Road event was in Madera county on November 16, 2017.
Course Profile: VEN 128 with Professor Ben Montpetit
VEN 128 focuses on the nature, development, physiology, biochemistry, and control of yeasts and bacteria in the making, aging and spoilage of wine.
Student Profile: Alicia Hoepfner
Alicia is a second year masters student who grew up in Las Vegas with a love for fine dining with family and the occasional glass of wine.
Upcoming V&E Extension Events
Check out what's happening in the upcoming months with V&E Extension.
Matthews, Adams and Green retirements
In 2016, we had three retirements in the department: Doug Adams, Mark Matthews and Paul Green.