Brent Trela, Texas Tech University

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Dr. Trela is an enology specialist and was a Professor of Enology at Texas Tech University (2007-2013) and an Extension Enology Specialist with Texas AgriLife Extension. Education: Ph.D., Biotechnology, Suranaree University of Technology (2006). M.S., Food Science, University of California, Davis (1996). B.S. & B.A., Chemistry, The Evergreen State College (1992). He has taught and developed V&E curriculum at the University of California-Davis, Plumpton College and the University of Brighton in the U.K. and Texas Tech University (www.texasenology.org).  In addition, he has produced award winning wines in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, and Asia and served as a senior advisor to the USDA in Armenia and the World Bank in the Republic of Georgia (www.qvevriproject.org). Dr. Trela has extensive international experience in enology research on wine stabilization and the evaluation and improvement of wine sensory attributes, winery practices, and wine business. Dr. Trela is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences.

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Dr. Brent Trela, trelab@texasenology.org

 

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