Lincoln University Researchers Fly the Flag at International Conferences

May 5, 2010 0 Comments

The Seventh International Cool Climate Symposium (ICCS) for Viticulture and Oenology and the 61st National Conference for the American Society for Oenology and Viticulture is taking place this June in Seattle, Washington USA. A contingent of Centre for Viticulture and Oenology members is going and presenting a number of papers to represent Lincoln University’s Centre for Viticulture and Oenology at these prestigious meetings.

Presentation topics include a wide range of research, from crushed glass mulch effects on Pinot noir primary fruit aromas, rootstock effects on vine performance, distinguishing regional Pinot noir wine characteristics using sensory analysis, leaf removal on fruit composition and more.

A mixture of staff and postgraduate research students from the Centre for V&O will be attending and delivering both oral and poster presentations before an international mix of delegates that is expected to reach well over 800 in number. The ICCS runs from June 20 through the 22nd, and the National Conference from the 23rd to the 24th.

The Centre for V&O is no stranger to the ICCS, having worked closely with the New Zealand Society for Viticulture and Oenology in hosting the very successful sixth edition of the meeting in Christchurch in 2006. The Centre specialises in research issues related to cool climate wine production, where the challenges of producing quality wine can be considerable.

A full list of abstracts to be presented is below. Presenting authors are indicated with an asterisk.

ICCS Oral Presentations
Using Experienced Wine Tasters for Wine Sensory Analysis
Elizabeth Tomasino*, Richard Sedcole, Roland Harrison and Andrew Frost

Waste Stream Sourced Reflective Mulch Affect the Aroma Profile of Pinot noir Juice
Olivia Ross, Glen L. Creasy* and Rainer Hofmann

ICCS Poster Presentations
Uncovering the Regional Styles of Pinot noir
Elizabeth Tomasino*, Richard Sedcole, Roland Harrison and Andrew Frost

Effect of timing of mechanical leaf removal on Pinot noir berry composition.
B.S. Kemp, Glen L. Creasy, R. Harrison*

Waste Stream Sourced Reflective Mulches Alter Grapevine Microclimate
Olivia Ross, Glen L. Creasy* and Rainer Hofmann

ASEV National Conference Oral Presentations
Altering Pinot noir Vine Cr op Load to Leaf Area Ratio Affects Fruit Composition
Michelle Pan, Glen L Creasy* and Gilbert Wells

The Influence of Soil Type on Sauvignon blanc Growth and Fruit Composition
Melissa Sutherland, Glen L Creasy* and Michael CT Trought

Aroma Differences Between Wild and Inoculated Ferments in Sauvignon blanc Wines
Kirsten M. Creasy* and Olivia C. Ross

ASEV National Conference Poster Presentations
Sensory Analysis of Within-Region Variation for Pinot noir from New Zealand
Elizabeth Tomasino* Roland Harrison, Richard Sedcole and Andrew Frost

Rootstock Effects on Mendoza Chardonnay in a Cool Climate
Glen L Creasy* and Gilbert Wells

UV Screening Affects Leaf Greenness in Müller Thurgau
Cindy Bizet and Glen L Creasy*


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