Cornell experts offer summer programs for wine lovers
Cornell University School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, January 15, 2016
Whether you’re a casual wine lover or an aspiring vineyard owner, Cornell has a wine program that’s right for you.
With its long history of food and wine research, Cornell University is an ideal place to learn about the science and art of wine making, wine appreciation, and food and wine pairing.
Sign up today for one or more of these programs offered by faculty experts:
The Cornell Epicure, June 9, with Kathleen Arnink and Annemarie Morse
Increase your wine knowledge and indulge your passion for exceptional wines, artisanal cheeses and breads, gourmet chocolates, and charcuterie.
The Wines Course 2016, July 24–30, with Abby Nash
Explore the wines of a dozen different countries and learn how their quality is affected by climate, terrain, and wine making techniques.
Cornell University Viticulture and Enology Experience (CUVEE), July 31–August 5, with Kathleen Arnink and Alan Lakso
Delve into the science of grape growing and wine making in this hands-on program led by experts from Cornell’s Viticulture and Enology Program.
The Rhone Valley: A Wine and Gastronomic Adventure, September 14–21, with Abby Nash
Join us for a wine lover’s adventure in France, where we’ll enjoy the stunningly beautiful countryside while sampling internationally acclaimed wines and fine foods.
For more information or to register, contact Mary Adie, Cornell University, School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, 607.255.7259 or firstname.lastname@example.org.