The V&E Program is following CDC, state, and university recommendations to practice social distancing in order to slow the spread of the novel COVID-19 virus. We have temporarily modified our operations to include teleworking options for our faculty, staff and graduate students, but remain available to serve you during regular business hours though email, phone and videoconference. Visit WSU’s source of updates and information about COVID-19 at wsu.edu/covid-19/
The Viticulture and Enology Club at WSU Pullman is here to help Washington State University students to use or improve their knowledge of viticulture and enology and to promote the Washington Wine Industry. The club achieves this through fun and informative events such as organized wine tastings, casual wine gatherings, movie viewings, participation in school fairs and events, and sharing its enthusiasm with others.
Contact club Vice President Alexis Torp for more information.
Watch them in action: Student wine project culminates with bottling, tasting
After months of hard work, Merry Cellars winery is bustling as WSU’s Viticulture and Enology Club bottles, corks, labels, and packages its beautiful Rosé of Syrah.
The Student Vintner Society at WSU Tri-Cities aims to broaden the understanding of wine by tasting, conducting field trips, and listening to guest speakers. Members should be at least 21 years old to fully participate in all activities.