WSU Tri-Cities

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.

WSU scientists present whisky research to international audience at Scotland conference

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.

Whiskey being poured from a bottle into a glass.

Student-created wines blend well with holiday celebrations

RICHLAND, Wash. — Those looking for a special wine to celebrate the holidays need search no further than the student-made wines of Washington State University’s Blended Learning class. The course, which is currently holding a holiday wine sale, was launched in 2012 by Thomas Henick-Kling, a WSU Department of Viticulture and Enology professor who recognized a […]

Annette Loring works with a wine instrumentation device in the wine science center, standing next to a barrell.

WSU V&E certificate programs boon for working professionals

WSU V&E certificate program boon for working professionals As Washington’s wine industry continues to grow, the need for a skilled, knowledgeable workforce grows along with it. Although some are able to take the time to…

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WSU and Auction of Washington Wines Present the Second Annual Wine and Jazz Festival

The second annual WSU Wine and Jazz Festival will offer music, wine and the chance to support research that is moving the Washington wine industry forward.