4th Annual Experimental Grape Wine Cultivar Workshop
For the fourth vintage in a planned seven-year study to identify new wine grape cultivars that thrive in Missouri AND make excellent wine, the Grape and Wine Institute (GWI) will again conduct its spring workshop during which you will blindly sample 18-20 wines (the whites compared to a "control" Chardonel, and the reds compared to a "control" Chambourcin.)
Even if you are already committed to your grape cultivars (and have no plans of increasing acreage and/or changing grape varieties), we encourage attendance for you to practice critical wine sampling skills whether to describe positive aspects/personal preferences of the wines, or to hone wine fault detection skills.
This year we will hold three events at different times on three different days. We hope by doing so, we will increase attendance.
107 Ag Engineering Building, University of Missouri (View)
1406 E. Rollins St.
Columbia, MO 65211-5140
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|