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Wine (Enology) Research

In contrast to other wine regions around the world, the Washington State wine industry has grown tremendously since the 1960's and 1970's. Today, the industry boasts 100+ wineries and >25,000 acres of grapes, primarily Vitis vinifera. With this rapid expansion, problems involving microbiology and chemistry have been increasingly identified by regional winemakers. Of these problems, our research has focused on two areas:

Our enological research effort would not be possible without the support of the Washington wine industry. We are committed to helping our industry grow and prosper and their continued assistance and guidance is greatly appreciated.We also wish to extend sincere thanks to Chr Hansen (Horsholm, Denmark), Lallemand (Montreal, Quebec), Scott Laboratory (Petaluma, CA), Vinquiry (Napa, CA), the Wine Lab (Napa, CA), and all the other companies and individuals who assist our research effort.


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