Monthly Archives: January 2015

Guest post! Micro-Oxygenation and the Pursuit of Lushness

It’s another guest post from Andy Kirk, a MSc (Horticulture) candidate at Lincoln University in New Zealand and alumnus of The Ohio State University! Having grown up in Akron and Canton, he worked under the employ of Arnie Esterer at Markko Vineyard in Conneaut for much of 2011 … Continue reading

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Sensory Evaluation – What good is it, anyway?

I’ll start this post with a disclaimer: I’m not an enologist. HOWEVER, I have learned a lot about enology and wines during my 14 years in the grape and wine industry. I also spent 10 years training as a laboratory … Continue reading

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2014 in review – who doesn’t love numbers?

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for our humble fromclasstoglass blog. Thank you, everyone, for your continued support! We look forward to an exciting 2015 and hope to keep hearing from all of you! ~JCG Here’s an … Continue reading

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