We are a resource for grape growers and winemakers that includes lectures and other technical presentations from across the California wine industry. This series ifs produced by the Lake County Winegrape Commission in association with the U.C. Davis department of Viticulture and Enology, California Women for Agriculture and other statewide organizations.
Certified Organic vs Certified Sustainable
This is a recording from a webinar comparing these two types of growing. The program runs about 45 minutes.
SB Experience 2020
With everyone sheltering in place, the Lake County Winegrape Commission launched an on line version of it's successful Sauvignon Blanc Experience. It's a fun adventure, packed with interesting information.
All About Clear Lake
Greg Giusti, an emeritus advisor to the California Extension, has spent a career studying Clear Lake the largest lake totally in California. At a recent event in Lakeport, California, Giusti shares his insights from a career studying the lake. For more information visit
Lake County California Women For Agriculture https://www.lakecountycwa.org/
Lake County Winegrape Commission https://www.lakecountywinegrape.org/
In this episode, Dr. Andrew Walker, a professor at the U.C. Davis Department of Viticulture and Enology will conclude this series with a discussion of GRN Rootstocks. He will talk about how these rootstocks are at the cutting edge of efforts to fight the diseases that threaten vineyards.
In this episode, Kendra Baumgartner, who is an adjunct professor at the University of California and a Research Plant Pathologist at the USDA-ARS, will talk about diagnosing trunk diseases and treating them once that diagnosis has been established.
In this episode, Kaan Kurtural, who is an extension specialist at the U.C. Extension's experimental station in Oakville, California takes an in depth look at canopy management in vineyards. His focus is on practices that will help to optimize crop load, yield efficiency and sustainability.
Fascinating and very informative!
I tuned in and discovered that Clear Lake was the topic of discussion. Having visited the area (my daughter and son-in-law live in Kelseyville), and enjoyed it’s beauty, both flora and fauna, I found myself immediately drawn to the presentation. A science class, a wealth of environmental knowledge, and immediately I felt the need to share it. Well darn, I don’t do Facebook, I’m on hiatus from Twitter and IG thru the Senate trial, but all is not lost. You’ve educated and entertained me to the utmost. I do hope you are recognized for your efforts, now go and post a link to your discussion on all social media boards. 😁 PLEASE!