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Tag: Thomas Henick-Kling

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…

Yeast Research

Spoilage Yeast May Be Good for Fuel Production Thomas Henick-Kling, director of V&E at WSU, is part of a new research project that is looking…

V&E Education, Celebrate Washington Wine

WSU Program Features Science and Business of Wine For more information on viticulture and enology at WSU, please visit www.wine.wsu.edu. To hear what WSU students…

Best Paper (Again!), New V&E Newsletter, Clean Plants

WSU/USDA-ARS Collaboration Yields Another “Best Paper Award” For the second year in a row, WSU researchers and their USDA colleagues based at the Irrigated Agriculture…

Director Meets Industry, 600 and Growing, pH Balancing

Henick-Kling Meets the State WSU V&E director Thomas Henick-Kling listens as West Side winemakers describe their operations during a meeting at WSU’s Northwestern Washington Research…

Henick-Kling Wins Award, Future Grape

Henick-Kling Wins Outstanding Achievement Award Thomas Henick-Kling checking the progress of fermentation in this batch of experimental wine at Geneva. Henick-Kling is the former head…

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…