"We are Both Hosts" UC Davis and Napa wine industry.
Presentation by AIC researcher Jim Lapsley
The U.S. Wine Market in a Global Context
Presentation by Jim Lapsley, Jan 2012
Clusters of Grapes and Wine
Rolf A.E. Mueller, Daniel A. Sumner and James T. Lapsley. (Sept 2010, pdf, 140 kb) This article considers application of a clusters approach to the California wine industry.
Winegrapes and Nuts: Historical Review of Production in the SJV and Implications for the Future.
AIC researcher Jim Lapsley's presentation at the 30th Annual Agribusiness Management Conference at Fresno State.
Economic Implications of the Import Duty and Excise Tax Drawback for Wine Imported into the United States
( August, 2011, pdf, 1MB) Daniel A. Sumner, James T. Lapsley and John Thomas Rosen-Molina.
This study explains how wine imports and exports and related
grape prices and quantities are influenced by a federal program that
allows refunds to wine exporters of 99% of the import duties and excises
taxes paid on “commercially interchangeable”
Toward a Common Standard: New European Union Label Laws and Geographic Indicators of Origin
A seminar, co-sponsored by the Agricultural Issues Center and focusing on wine laws related to wine trade names and appellations — the legally defined and protected geographical regions where wine grapes are grown — will be held June 2 to 4 at the University of California, Davis.
The Central Valley Winegrape Industry and the World Market for Wine
AIC Director Dan Sumner's presentation at the San Joaquin Valley Grape Symposium, January 2011.
See also: media coverage of the event
Winegrapes vs. Nuts: An Historical Review of Production in the San Joaquin Valley and Implications for the Future
AIC Researcher Jim Lapsley's presentation at the San Joaquin Valley Grape Symposium, January 2011.
From Angelica to Zinfandel (Port): A brief history of California dessert wine production
AIC Researcher Jim Lapsley's presentation for a recent course on dessert wines, January 2011.
See also: media coverage of the event.