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MU Grape & Wine Institute Grows as Interest in Winemaking Grows

The collaboration between Plant Science & Technology and Food, Nutrition & Exercise Sciences fuel Mizzou's Grape and Wine Institute 

Interest in Missouri winemaking exploded during the coronavirus pandemic and the University of Missouri Grape and Wine Institute (GWI) has responded to meet the demand. The GWI is a collaborative partnership between the Missouri wine and grape industry and the University of Missouri. The Missouri Wine and Grape Board provides guidance and oversight to ensure that GWI fulfills its responsibilities.…

Expanding Information and Opportunities

The Show-Me Grape and Wine Conference and Symposium will take place in March

The University of Missouri Grape and Wine Institute has two exciting events set for March. The 2016 Show-Me Grape and Wine Conference and Symposium will run from Wednesday, March 16 to Friday, March. 18. This is the fifth year for the Grape and Wine Symposium, which will take place on Friday, March 18. This is the first year for the…

Building Relationships

Dean Volenberg tapped as director of the MU Grape and Wine Institute

Working in Extension in Missouri and Wisconsin, Dean Volenberg has always focused on building relationships with individuals and organizations. As the new Director of the Grape and Wine Institute (GWI) at the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, Volenberg will have ample opportunity to build and cultivate relationships with grape growers and wineries. “These relationships happen…

Best of the Best

Kwasniewski is a recipient of the 2015 Best Paper Award from The American Society for Enology and Viticulture

Misha Kwasniewski is one of the few that the American Society for Enology and Viticulture chose to honor this year, by awarding him with the 2015 Best Paper Award.