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Claudio Salvador, owner and winemaker at Firelands Winery, and Lee Klingshirn, owner and winemaker at Klingshirn Winery, were inducted.

Ohio recently surpassed Michigan, inching up in its ranking for wine production to the sixth highest state in the nation.

With a swirl, sniff and a sip, Denise Gardner, Penn State’s enologist, can discern almost all there is to know about a particular variety of wine.

Lee Klingshirn is the third generation to run the family winery and vineyard in Avon Lake, Ohio and earned him the Grape Grower of the Year award in 2015.

Hocking College will integrate some winemaking skills into its agro-ecology courses this fall, once approved by the state

The conference will feature a number of experts from around the country who will cover key topics for the industry — including fruit quality, winemaking and product branding practices, and spring frost protection.

In the fall of 2011, Kent State University in Ashtabula began offering two-year degrees in Enology and Viticulture. The program has graduated seven students with four more expected to graduate this December and the program has boasted an 100 percent placement rate.

A commercial grape and wine workshop will be held Dec. 3, at Ohio State University South Centers.

Donniella Winchell’s credentials when she helped form the Ohio Wine Producers Association in the mid-1970s were rather limited. But she grew up among a family of wine-making aficionados.

Increase the profitability of your vineyard with information gleaned at the upcoming Northeast Ohio Winter Grape School.
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