AG 120: Introduction to Washington Wines (2 credits)
A course of study designed to introduce the participants to the art of knowing wine as part of human tradition and culture. There will be an overview of the Washington grape and wine industry, including an introduction to terminology, a summary of Washington grape production areas, types of wines produced, and the basics of wine evaluation.
AGSCI 131: Washington Terroir (3 credits)
This course will focus on defining the concept of terroir and what makes Washington unique in the world of wine. The geologic history of Washington and its effect on the formation of soils will be discussed with comparisons to the great wine grape-growing areas of the world.
BA 275: Wine Marketing (5 credits)
Provides a study of wine marketing and sales from the perspective of the Washington State wine industry. The course examines industry standards and emerging trends relating to wine packaging, promotion, pricing, and distribution. Emphasizes strategic branding, consumer behavior, and marketing plans for wineries and wine products.
Courses are offered at both Yakima and Grandview campuses on Monday and Wednesday evenings 6:30-8:30 p.m. This series is offered during the Winter Quarter only.
Completed courses can be used towards earning the Vineyard and Winery Certificates and Degrees.