FY15 Research Report: Evaluation of Powdery Mildew Quinoxyfen Resistance and Assessment of Variability of Grape Downy Mildew Sensitivity to FungicidesFile size: 105 KB Last updated: October 20, 2015
Revised per VA Wine Board meeting dated 9/2/15
Objective: To increase the level of viticultural research and extension program support to grape and wine producers in Virginia and to help meet the research and extension needs of an expanding industry.
Spotted wing drosophila in Virginia vineyards: Distribution, varietal susceptibility, monitoring and controlFile size: 982 KB Last updated: December 10, 2014
Enology Extension Specialist
Perennial Cover Crop Evaluation for Enhanced Vineyard Floor Management
Progress Report - July 2014 Assessment of Variability of Grape Downy Mildew Sensitivity to Phosphonates (phosphites)File size: 637 KB Last updated: December 10, 2014
Progress Report - July 2014 Assessment of Variability of Grape Downy Mildew Sensitivity to Phosphonates (phosphites)
Progress Report - July 2014 Botrytis cinerea fungicide sensitivity evaluation in Virginia crops, and evaluation of powdery mildew advisoryFile size: 637 KB Last updated: December 10, 2014
Progress Report - July 2014 Botrytis cinerea fungicide sensitivity evaluation in Virginia crops,and evaluation of powdery mildew advisory
The Virginia Wine Marketing Fund is sponsored by the Virginia Wine Board. This program supports Virginia wineries in promoting their products in the market, both retail and trade markets. The financial support offering in this program will: • Provide “seed funds” for new initiatives to promote Virginia wines • Foster partnerships among Virginia wineries to achieve similar marketing goals • Promote Virginia wine both in Virginia, regional, national and or international markets
"Wine Country Confidential" by Stirling Kelso. Money Magazine, October 2013
Food & Wine (Circulation: 957,854). Written by Steven Grubbs, this article, titled “A Road Trip into the Heart of the American Terroir” features Atlantan sommelier Bobby Fischer’s journey through Southern wineries in Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia. Several Virginia wineries are featured in this story including Foggy Ridge Cider, Veritas Vineyard & Winery, Early Mountain and Ankida Ridge Vineyards.
Virginia Wine Marketing Fund initiative is intended to foster the growth of Virginia wine products in the market, both retail and trade.
Calling all photographers! It's that time of year again when we start the design process for the annual Virginia Winery Guide. We are inviting friends of Virginia wines to be a part of the process...
This survey will assess the overall direct and indirect impact that wine and grapes have on the overall Virginia economy. This information in turn will likely be used to help generate additional funds for the industry’s continued marketing and development efforts. All submission are anonymous.
The Virginia Wine Marketing Fund is funded by the Virginia Wine Board. This program supports Virginia wineries in promoting their products in the market, both retail and trade markets. Deadline for 2012 applications is June 18, 2011.
Excel spreadsheet detailing various national and international wine competitions...
On Thursday, July 14th - we are hosting a Virtual Tasting of Virginia Viogniers from 7-9pm EST on Twitter. Please tune and participate. Use the hashtag: #VaWine