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About the workshops

Since 2001, Oklahoma State has offered a Grape Management Course to those individuals who have an established vineyard or to those who are just getting into the industry.


Due to the popularity of the course, grape growers in the area now have a chance to expand their knowledge by attending a series of educational opportunities called the Advanced Viticulture and Enology Training Workshops.


"There are various issues and concerns in the grape industry, including the economy and even the weather," said Becky Carroll. "Although we aren't seeing the rapid growth in wineries and acreage of grapes planted compared to a number of years ago, we're seeing steady improvements in grape growing and wine making expertise. Oklahoma currently has about 500 acres dedicated to the grape industry and 65 wineries."


Because of these improvements, Carroll said she is excited to see these advanced workshops available to grape growers. She said this new workshop will pick up where the Grape Management Course ended. The workshops are made available by a grant from the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry through the Oklahoma Viticulture and Enology Fund.


There is no cost to attend, but registration is required. Contact Stephanie Larimer by email or call (405) 744-5404 to register or for more information.


Upcoming Workshops

There are no workshops planned at this time.

Past Workshops


Wine Faults | January 19th, 2024



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