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September 26, 2013 | Harvest 2013 | Neil Bernardi

Harvest Bio – Aline Cresswell – Sonoma County Lab Tech

Aline CresswellI have been staring at a blank screen for about 20 minutes, wondering how to start Aline’s bio.  Do I go with her sharp intellect, her handsome boat shoes and mismatched socks, her love of academia and all things nerdy, her voracious appetite for knowledge, or her staunch and unwavering belief in Dutch superiority?  How to convey in just a paragraph the complexity and depth of her love for raw data, chemical analysis, and the millennium falcon?

Aline has only been with our team for a short while, but has already proven herself to be extremely important, managing much of the data and lab analysis that is so critical to a successful winemaking operation.  She hails from the great state of New Mexico, matriculated at Rhodes College where she received a degree in biochemistry, and later attended UC Davis where she received a Masters Degree in Viticulture and Enology.  In sum, she knows a lot of stuff, and is a big fan of green chiles.   I have also included a picture of her favorite animal, which I had never even heard of, the tartigrade.  [Editor's note: We thought the photo was too scary to post, check it out at your own risk!]. Seriously, take two seconds to read about this thing.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tardigrade

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Wytskec
@ Sep 26, 2013 at 10:33 PM
Who thought it was too scary? Don? Don't worry, they're only 1mm fully grown!

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Ursula Donahue
@ Oct 2, 2013 at 9:07 AM
Awesome bio! Not going to lie though, the tartigrade freaked me out.

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Erika V.
@ Oct 7, 2013 at 5:15 PM
Now THAT is a "hero-shot"!

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