WSU Department of Viticulture & Enology Chair Jean Dodson Peterson recently gave a talk at a Women of Wine and Spirits event, demonstrating WSU’s commitment to empowering underrepresented individuals in the wine and viticulture sectors.
A longtime working relationship between Washington State University scientist Tom Collins and Jackson Family Wines has evolved into the creation of an endowed professorship that recognizes Collins’ impactful wine science research and supports WSU’s Department of Viticulture & Enology.
An invitation to the Worldwide Distilled Spirits Conference in Edinburgh offered two Washington State University Tri-Cities researchers a chance to present their findings on whisky aromas while experiencing Scotland for the first time.
From unpredictable weather to pests and diseases, vineyard managers contend with a lot of challenges. Sessions at the recent WineVit conference showed that Washington State University scientists are determined to help Washington’s grape growers be successful and prosperous.
At the annual WineVit conference, WSU Viticulture & Enology Department Founding Chair Jean Dodson Peterson outlined an exciting future, explaining how V&E will support WSU’s larger goals of creating a diverse set of global leaders and applying research to real-world situations.