Inquiring Winemaker

 

U.S. Research Trails the World

September 2012
 
by Tim Patterson
 
Judging by the audience reaction (a standing ovation that lasted a good while), the high point of the June meetings of the American Society for Enology and Viticulture in Portland was UC Davis professor Roger Boulton’s Merit Award lecture, devoted not to co-pigmentation or one of his other research specialties but to the generally sorry state of research into wine and grapes in the United States as a whole.
 

 
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