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Iowa’s potential in the wine industry is as unique as the state, which is to say, there is much opportunity for quality wines to be made in Iowa. Aude Watrelot, assistant professor of enology and extension enology specialist at Iowa State University, is studying how different factors affect our sense of taste and what can be done to improve the taste perception of Iowa wines.
Winemakers can learn about the latest in sanitation and sulfur dioxide during two webinars offered by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.
Wine taste is a critical part of consumer satisfaction and this new guide from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach helps to reduce faults.
Holiday celebrations may be different than in past years as we continue to social distance to reduce the spread of COVID-19. But one thing is likely the same — food and drinks. Follow food safety basics and store alcoholic beverages properly to ensure that you’re spreading only good cheer.
Find the right Iowa wine for your seasonal celebrations. Aude Watrelot, Iowa State University assistant professor of enology, offers these helpful tips.
Winemakers in northeast Iowa will explain common wines during webinars offered by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.
Winemakers and grape growers can tune in for expert advice from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach and specialists across the Midwest.
Commercial grape growers and winemakers will receive hands-on education from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach during the 2021 Wine Grape Field Day Aug. 11.
Register with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach to attend free Vine to Wine Workshop.
Expand your wine and grape knowledge by attending one or more Wine Wednesday events being offered by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.