14-May-09 08:27 | Eric Stafne

Let’s face it, scientific journal articles are boring.  Not only that, the public doesn’t have ready access to them anyway.  Well, there is a caveat to that.  The University of California at Davis has addressed this issue by, in essence, “translating” those articles from technical jargon to accessible language.  Through a program called Trellis Alliance, they have made numerous articles available for the average reader.  All of these articles can be accessed here: http://wineserver.ucdavis.edu/trellissummary.php

Not only are there viticulture summeries here but also enology information — the best of both worlds!

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