Open Spaces
3:48 pm
Fri October 25, 2013

Wyoming Wine project creates new opportunities for academics and landowners to work together

Undergraduate student Braxton Tyree, professors Dan Bergey and Sadanand Dhekney, and graduate students Ali al Hassan and Raju Kandel check their research grape vines on the edge of Sheridan College.
Chelsea Biondolillo

Wyoming might not be the first choice for grape growers and aspiring vinters, but a group in Sheridan is working to change that. Professors, graduate and undergraduate students at UW and Sheridan College are using advanced techniques to identify traits in different grape varieties that make them well suited to Wyoming. Wyoming Public Radio’s Chelsea Biondolillo reports.

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Features and Interviews
5:14 pm
Fri May 10, 2013

Wine sommelier Charles Arturaola


Charles Arturaola:  Voted ‘one of the 10 best palates in the United States’ by the America Sommelier Association, Uruguayan-born Arturaola has spent more than 25 years as cellar master, director of wine, and sommelier.  He starred in the 2011 award-winning film El Camino del Vino, The Way of Wine.

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6:21 pm
Mon April 1, 2013

Researchers search for Wyoming's perfect grape

A University of Wyoming Department of Agriculture project in Sheridan hopes to share knowledge between current and future grape growers in the state about what works and what doesn’t at Wyoming vineyards.

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