2 edition of The University of California and the state"s wine industry found in the catalog.
The University of California and the state"s wine industry
M. A. Amerine
Bibliography: leaves 110-128.
|Statement||an interview conducted by Ruth Teiser. With an introd. by Emil M. Mrak.|
|Series||California wine industry oral history series|
|Contributions||Teiser, Ruth., Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||142|
Wine is produced in many states; California is the nation's richest wine-producing state, followed by New York and the Pacific Northwest states. In California and the Northwest, grapes of the Old World species, Vitis vinifera, are grown, and some of the varieties produced from these grapes have come to rival the finest French wines. Current Economic Trends in the California Wine Industry Rachael E. Goodhue, Richard D. Green, Dale M. Heien, and Philip L. Martin California’s wine industry continues to evolve. The number of wine grape growers is growing slowly but the number of wineries has doubled in the past decade. Like other food-sector.
I'm back from Sacramento where I moderated two panels at the Unified Wine and Grape Symposium, North America's largest wine industry gathering. I chaired the morning "State of the Industry" session (estimated audience = according to one news report) and a smaller afternoon break-out on "Leveraging Global Supply." You can find a list of. Discover resources for increasing the reach and impact of your research via social media and other tools. Booksellers. Locate sales representatives, metadata, schedule author interviews and events, or access book images and catalogs. Librarians. Learn more about ordering and accessing UC Press journals, books, and digital products.
The Department of Viticulture and Enology at the University of California, Davis, located in Davis, California, offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in the areas of grape growing and wine d just 45 minutes from Napa Wine Country the department has strong connections with wine producers in California and elsewhere. The department has produced . California wine industry benefits the State & Nation. $ billion in state economic impact $ billion in national economic impact , jobs in California , jobs nationwide $ billion in state wages $ billion U.S. wages $ million given in charitable contributions nationwide from the California wine industry $ billion paid in state and federal taxes.
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The industry is fundamentally dependent on California’s unique climate system that until recently has provided farmers with ideal conditions for growing premium grapes. Cal Poly Pomona’s Southern California Wine and Wine Industry Collection, a sub-repository of the University Library’s Special Collections and Archives, collects, organizes, preserves, and makes available archival materials documenting the history of Southern California Wine.
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