With classes underway, students and researchers have begun processing grapes for experiments on fruit maturity and irrigation at Washington State University’s new $23-million Ste. Michelle Wine Estates Wine Science Center.
Vineyard natural habitats assist with butterfly comeback | Bill for enology, viticulture programs signed into law | Travel journal: Southern France winery & vineyard tour | Submit wines to the WSU Wine Science Center Library | Cheers! column
Partnerships key to healthy Northwest vines | How many bubbles are needed in bubbly? | Wine Science Center nearly complete | Winery owner offers online info session | Find us on Facebook to win “The Crimson Spoon”