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Virus Fighters, Wild Yeast, Upcoming Classes

The Virus Fighters “Virus diseases like grapevine leafroll are firmly rooted here,” said Naidu Rayapati, WSU grape virologist. “It’s time to face reality and develop…

Expect Perfect Pairings, Industry Issues Survey

Gold for Grape Writers Marketing and News Services writers Kathy Barnard and Brian Clark won a Gold ACE Award for their work on “Expect Perfect…

Wine Camp, Certificate Programs, Program Alumni Profile

Wine Camp Students in WSU’s professional certificate program in enology get hands-on experience with industry mentors. For more information on WSU’s professional certificate programs in…

Student Winemakers, Cutworm Solution

New Course Gives Students Hands-on Winemaking Experience Washington State University’s Viticulture and Enology program is looking to expand its course offerings in enology, said Charles…

Hands On, Wine Auction, Maritime Viticulture

Vit and Enology Students Get Hands Dirty While WSU offers an excellent science-based education to students of viticulture and enology, additional opportunities for practical experience…

Economic Impact, Water Clore Center, Best Viticulture Paper

Wine Industry Has Premium Impact Washington’s wine industry has a national economic impact of $4.7 billion per year, according to a study released this month…

Deficit Irrigation, Growers of the Year

Voice of the Vine is watching water. This article is the first in a two-part series on vineyard irrigation research going on deep in Washington…

Cover Crops, Education, Wine Auction, Director

Seeking Sustainability “Vineyard managers should consider the entire ecosystem as the context for the sustainable production of quality grapes,” says Extension Viticulturist Mercy Olmstead. Cover…

Premiere Issue, Stan Clarke, The Art of the Nose, Expect Perfect Pairings

Remembering Stan Clarke When Stan Clarke died November 27, the Washington wine industry lost a pioneer and a friend. We also lost a great teacher.…
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