Enjoy this short video of the seven 2016 AWSEF scholarship recipients introducing their research!
2009 AWSEF scholarship winners ---where are they now? AWSEF President, Bonnie Lance, was able to get in touch with five of the 2009 AWSEF scholarship winners for an update on their professional lives.
Western Pennsylvania AWS Chapters hold 33rd Annual Pittsburgh Wine Conference and Amateur Wine Competition to enhance the education of the region's winemakers and wine appreciators. Proceeds benefit AWSEF.
The AWSEF Board of Trustees has announced the 2016 AWSEF Scholarship recipients.
Andrej Svyantek, Auburn University
Wines and Bites: Deutsch and (PA) Dutch
The Indian Valley Chapter in SE Pennsylvania is hosting a tasting to benefit the AWSEF on Saturday, June 11, 2016 at 7:00pm.
Tucson, AZ AWS Chapter hosts Pinot Noir tasting to support AWS Educational Foundation.
Silent Auction Benefits Endowment Fund
Jim High and Larry Singer organizing
items for Silent Auction
Dr. Les Sperling, one of the Founding Fathers of the AWSEF Board of Trustees, passed away on February 1, 2016 at his home.
The Glimmerglass Chapter of the American Wine Society in Cooperstown, New York, recently hosted Megan Hall, Ph. D. candidate at Cornell (Go Big Red !) University and winner of a 2015 —2016 AWS Foundation scholarship. Prior to the scheduled Garnacha tasting Megan described her path to plant pathology and her current research on the etiology and treatment of sour rot, one of those little understood grape diseases that can ruin a crop in the last few weeks of the season.