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Tag: James Harbertson

Science in Paradise, Upcoming Events, Wine Cruise

Doing Science in a Phenolic Paradise “My main interest is in the kinetics and extraction patterns of phenolics during the maceration process of red winemaking,”…

Lemons and Lemonade, Big Prize, Wine Cruise

When Life Hands You Lemons… When life hands you lemons of any sort, said WSU enologist Jim Harbertson in a recent talk to vineyard managers…

What’s that Smell? and Other Winemaking Problems, Late Ripening

Weighing the Cost of an Ounce of Prevention The gnashing of teeth and pulling of hair began when a highly respected winemaker at a well-known…

Best Paper (Yet Again!), Organic Vineyards

WSU Wine Scientists Add another Jewel to the Crown WSU scientists have a long string of Best Paper Awards from the American Journal of Enology…

Donations, New Wine Business Major, Eleventh AVA

Equipment Donations Add Value to WSU Research, Keep Facility State of the Art Students set up new filter. For more information about research projects at…

New V&E Director, First Crush

International Wine Expert to Lead WSU V&E Program Thomas Henick-Kling is the new director of WSU’s program in viticulture and enology. Photo courtesy of Cornell…