Did you know wine was discovered about 6,000 years ago in either Mesopotamia, Palestine/Israel or what is now called Georgia?

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02/28/2017
The Purdue University wine grape team hosted a series of seminars at the Indiana Horticultural Congress. Through research and teaching, the team has helped more than 70 wineries produce more than a million gallons of wine annually, creating a $100 million statewide economic impact.
12/12/2016
Purdue’s wine professor wants students to leave his class with much more than just knowledge of a beverage.
12/12/2016
Purdue University Wine Grape Marketing Extension Specialist Katie Barnett says her job is about two things: connections and possibilities.
02/28/2017
At many of Indiana’s wineries, a special variety of wine can be found on the shelves. Traminette, a white wine known for its floral and fruit characteristics, is made from grapes that thrive in the Midwest climate. It has been Indiana’s signature wine for eight years. Katie Barnett, wine grape marketing specialist at Purdue Extension, shared an update on Traminette with AgriNews.
12/12/2016
The Purdue Wine Grape Team's experts research, test and teach the best practices for growing grapes throughout Indiana and processing those grapes into good wines that are brought successfully to market
11/26/2016
Indiana wineries produce well over a million gallons per year, making the state a top 10 producer. Purdue Wine Grape Team was launched in 1991 to hope grow the industry and advise producers.

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