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Presentations - May 29

Presentations - May 29

Tony Shaw, a Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute fellow and geography professor, recently took part in a video production for Virtual Researcher on Call.

Wine enthusiasts invited to experience Riesling

Wine enthusiasts invited to experience Riesling

On June 11-12, Riesling lovers get a rare chance to join winemakers, grape growers, wine experts and media when the 2013 Riesling Experience conference is hosted by Brock University’s Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute (CCOVI).

Panel discusses life in 2030

Panel discusses life in 2030

In 2030, North America will not only be energy independent but a net exporter of energy. We’ll be sipping local wines that once upon a time were produced somewhere else or not at all. And, if we continue living out of sync with the natural environment, we’ll be in big trouble.

Brock-hosted research panel to share vision of Life in 2030

Brock-hosted research panel to share vision of Life in 2030

In the Ontario vineyard of 2030, we’ll sip wines that were once the domain of far-away, exotic locations. Big business will set environmental and social policies. And consumers will choose how their energy is generated.

Setting the standard for wine analysis

Setting the standard for wine analysis

As Ontario wineries prepare to bottle their latest vintages, Brock University’s Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute (CCOVI) is helping them ensure their labs are working at peak performance and accurately measuring key components within their wine.

Ontario wine industry’s top promoters recognized at Brock

Ontario wine industry’s top promoters recognized at Brock

The manger of the world’s highest wine cellar, the chair of the International Cool Climate Chardonnay Celebration, a popular wine writer and an LCBO product consultant were recognized on the weekend at Brock University for their outstanding achievements and contributions in the promotion of VQA wines.

Research Café discusses climate change and the economy

Research Café discusses climate change and the economy

Sizzling-hot summers and ice-cold winters are just the tip of the thermometer - or iceberg - of climate change.

Grape and wine lecture series back for sixth year

Grape and wine lecture series back for sixth year

A host of Canada’s grape and wine experts are set to share their knowledge as the 2013 CCOVI Lecture Series launches a new season on Jan. 30 at Brock University.

VineAlert launches for 2012-2013 winter

VineAlert launches for 2012-2013 winter

As the buds for next year’s grapes are already on vines across Ontario, protecting the crop starts now. That’s why Brock University’s Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute (CCOVI) has launched VineAlert - its annual cold hardiness monitoring program.

Educate your senses at the Niagara Wine Festival

Educate your senses at the Niagara Wine Festival

The wine seminars at Montebello Park are back for the 2012 Niagara Wine Festival, but this year they will be in the new Culinary Theatre - and feature a food pairing.

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