Few gifts say Happy Valentine’s Day better than wine and chocolate. But exactly what makes them so desirable, so delicious, has long remained a mystery.
The partnership already has led to more than $1,000 in donations to the WSU Tri-Cities Veterans Center for support and other services.
The event will feature Tim Hanni, author of “Why You Like the Wines You Like,” who will speak on “Separating Wine Facts from Fancy.”
Khot and his team also will look at new organic products like plant extracts and highly refined petroleum oils.
Revealing the country and region of origin of wines from Iowa and Wisconsin had a negative effect on the price test participants were willing to pay.
WSU alumni Rob and Brenda Mercer of Mercer Wine Estates will discuss their Prosser winery and this year’s Cougar V wine, Sept. 15 at the Brelsford Visitor Center.
The discovery could help grape growers roll back a devastating virus that withers vines and shrivels harvests.
Smoke from Washington and California forest fires is impacting the quality and taste of new wines. Tom Collins, a WSU Tri-Cities wine chemist, is seeking ways to help vintners offset those negative effects.
WSU graduate student Xiaochi Ma is making waves early in his career in viticulture, the science of growing grapes.
Jim Harbertson sees through rosé colored glasses. Finely tuned shades and hues ranging from blush and coral to berry jam.