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News from Cornell's Viticulture and Enology Program
May 31, 2016


Research FocusRESEARCH FOCUS

Clean Plants for the Future of the Eastern Wine and Grape Industry
Based on the recent National Clean Plant Network (NCPN) webinar series, learn how the NCPN, new testing protocols and a revitalized New York certification program will reduce the risk of nursery-transmitted viral pathogens.


Marc Fuchs

FACULTY FOCUS

Five Questions for Marc Fuchs
Marc Fuchs, associate professor in the Dept. of Plant Pathology, discusses growing up on a family vineyard and his research with viral pathogens of horticultural crops.


Student FocusSTUDENT FOCUS

Way Beyond Wine: New Beer and Distillation Courses in CALS
New classes in the Viticulture and Enology program offer students firsthand experience distilling beverages such as brandy and rum, as well as brewing beer.  


Grapes 101GRAPES 101

This Article Contains Sulfites - Part II
Chris Gerling, enology extension associate, discusses the role of sulfites in winemaking, and some surprising challenges in measuring free and bound SO2.


Industry FocusINDUSTRY FOCUS

New Scholarship Helps Students, Long Island Merlot Industry
Suffolk County students attending Cornell's viticulture and enology program are eligible for a new scholarship offered by the Long Island Merlot Alliance.


Research in Plain English


IN THE NEWS​


FEATURED VIDEO


In this YouTube video, Marc Fuchs discusses the causes of grapevine red blotch, a recently-identified viral disease which affects vineyards across North America.