Online ResourceThis website provides research-based viticulture and enology information from the faculty team at the Oregon Wine Research Institute at Oregon State University. Information is intended for the commercial wine grape industry. Content includes monthly newsletters, technical newsletters, outreach information on establishing and managing vineyards in Oregon, and viticulture, enology, and wine business research updates.
Wine, Beer, Cider, and Spirits
Jun 11, 2018Researchers say artisan creameries can add value and lessen harmful environmental impacts by converting whey into vodka.
Hood River County Extension Event
Wed, Sep 12, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pmFree summer gardening seminar series with all seminars held at Volcanic Bottle Shoppe 1410 12th Ave, Hood River from 6-7pm.
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.
ArticleConsidering the cold climate, is it possible to have a viable grape growing industry in Central Oregon? Approximately 50 members of the newly formed Central Oregon Grape Growers and Vintners Association at least believe in the possibility.
Starting a Distilled Spirit Business: A Guide to Completing the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau Application and Oregon Liquor Control Commission Licensing Process
OSU Extension CatalogCraft distilling is a growing industry, particularly in the Pacific Northwest. This guide provides step-by-step instructions for registering a distilled spirit business and getting the proper permits.
Nov 2, 2015The distilling program is the newest offering from OSU's popular fermentation sciences undergrad program.