wine tasting

WSU Pullman students meet peers, tour winemaking facilities at WSU Tri-Cities campus

Viticulture and enology students from WSU’s Pullman and Tri-Cities campuses had a chance to mingle while learning and tasting wine together during a recent field trip.

Five people sit at a long table. In front of them are wine glasses with different types of wines. Also on the table are cans, a paper cup, and a plastic water bottle. One person sits at a table behind them. On that table are wine glasses, a paper cup, and a can.

Going with the Flow, Beautiful Vineyards, Wine Cruise

Going with the Flow Viticulture researchers at WSU’s Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center in Prosser are going with the flow – the inflow via phloem and xylem, and the outflow via transpiration and xylem backflow, that is. The woody xylem is an essential part of a plant’s plumbing. It’s through the xylem that water […]

Virus Fighters, Research Vineyard, Wine Tasting, Auction

Iraq War Vet Comes Home to Wine Country “The U.S. Army is a 200-plus-year-old organization,” said WSU viticulture and enology student Andrew Schultz. “They know something about leadership and teamwork. That’s why I served.” The former radar operations sergeant served in the Army for four years, including 16 months in Iraq, before returning to civilian […]

New Scholarship, Taste WSU, Wine Auction

New Scholarship Supports V&E at WSU Wine-By-Cougars has announced the development of the WBC Viticulture and Enology Scholarship fund. “WSU’s viticulture and enology program is nationally recognized and provides the booming Washington wine industry with research innovations and talented graduates to recruit,” a Wine-By-Cougars representative said. Wine-By-Cougars is a wine club that features “premium, […]

AgWeatherNet, Riesling, Taste of WSU

Aussie Viticulturists Pick Up Tips from WSU Data from AgWeatherNet’s statewide system of weather stations is displayed on user-customizable maps. Gary Grove, center, is the director of AgWeatherNet. Will Corsi, bottom, AgWeatherNet technical coordinator, near a recording station. WSU plant pathologist Gary Grove recently lent his expertise to the Australian viticultural industry. Speaking in Mudgee, […]