Fundamentals of Wine Chemistry with Clark Smith

Clark Smith with Chalkboard
Staff Photographer, Wine & Spirits Magazine, Feb. 2017. Provided courtesy of Clark Smith.

Offered from 1986-2008 at UC Davis as an extension short course, this class has consistently received top evaluations from over 4,000 attendees. Its original intention, to summarize the basics of a U.C. Davis Enology education, is now supplemented by emerging postmodern winemaking ideas. Designed to benefit the home winemaker as well as professionals at all levels, the course requires a general knowledge of winemaking basics, but does not demand a formal knowledge of chemistry.

  • When

  • Wed., July 19, 2017
    Thurs., July 20, 2017
    (8:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

  • Where

  • Embassy Suites - Philadelphia/Valley Forge
    888 Chesterbrook Blvd.
    Wayne, PA 19087

To Be Covered

This popular two-day program provides insights into the interplay of chemical reactions that occur in wine and in winemaking, establishing the necessary background for informed decisions on wine processing. This is a course in winemaking theory and practice, and does not provide training in methods of wine analysis.

The course is taught in an interactive format in which questions and comments are welcome and real world dilemmas are explored.

For more information, visit the Agenda page.

Who Should Attend?

This seminar will benefit the home winemaker as well as professionals at all levels, the course requires a general knowledge of winemaking basics, but does not demand a formal knowledge of chemistry. Registrants must be 21 years of age or older with a valid photo ID to attend.

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