A Cornell student blogger writes: One of the benefits of being a CALS and AEM student is the flexibility that the requirements provide–and that’s not something I’ve taken for granted at all. Case in point: As a second semester senior that was interested in experimenting with a … Continue reading
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This week saw two big additions to the Cornell Teaching Winery with the arrival of the new grape presses, which will begin to be used to process fruit in enology classes. The Scharffenberger presses, distributed by Europress, are the first … Continue reading
Appellation Cornell [November 2012]: For students in Sustainability and Organic Grape and Wine Production, collaboration is the key to success. Since the spring of 2011, students in the course have been working together to implement an organic vineyard at the … Continue reading
Check out this video about the Viticulture and Enology major at Cornell, featuring V&E senior Chelsea Gallup: Producer: Aryelle Cormier Editor: Jennifer Jordan & Kayla Reopelle Camera: JP Keenan Audio: Rachael Lewis-Krisky
The new edition of Appellation Cornell features two viticulture and enology students who worked with Cornell faculty this summer – Appellation Cornell Issue #11.
Last month, 2012 Viticulture and Enology graduate Christine Hansen was featured in the Appellation Cornell newsletter – Appellation Cornell Issue #10. Appellation Cornell is a great way to check out what’s happening in the program!