Fact SheetThis fact sheet outlines the educational/training programs available in Oregon for those interested in a career in the wine industry.
Online ResourceThese educational videos were produced by OSU Viticulture Extension Specialist, Dr. Patty Skinkis. Videos are meant to be instructional/educational and be used for training purposes in vineyards and wineries.
Online ResourceThe Oregon Wine Board serves the commercial wine grape industry through marketing and educational programs. They also fund viticulture and enology research that is of importance to the wine industry in Oregon.
Educational DocumentA quick-reference guide that provides field symptoms of grapevine nutrient deficiencies, deficiency ranges, and other information about identifying issues with vine nutrient status.
Educational DocumentThis poster provides a summary of a research project that tested the effect of sulfur application on grape powdery mildew.
Online ResourceVisit this website for information about the research activities of the faculty team at the Oregon Wine Research Institute at Oregon State University. Information is intended for the commercial wine grape industry. Content includes research reports, newsletter archives, webinar recordings, upcoming events, and other research-based information from viticulture, enology, and wine business faculty.
PublicationThis sampling guide explains the importance of analyzing tissues in perennial fruit crops such as wine grapes as an important way to determine the need for fertilizer that is critical for quality production.
Online ResourceOregon wineries are generally small and decentralized. Most are located in valleys between the Cascade Mountains (stretching the entire length of the state) to the east and Oregon's Coastal Range to the west.