V&E Info

This page is devoted to content pertinent to Viticulture and Enology students, researchers, and members of the grape and wine industry. The program at Highland CC started classes in 2008, but this website started in 2019. That’s a lot of ground to cover. We’ll catch up as soon as we can!

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February 2021: This is a history of grape acreage in Kansas spanning 1877-1905. Sadly, grape acreage was no longer reported beyond 1905. This document was compiled from annual reports by Kansas Board of Agriculture (later re-named Kansas Department of Agriculture) by staff of Highland Community College Viticulture and Enology Program in 2014.

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January 2021: As 2021 opens, most industry conferences have moved to a virtual format. In this space, we will continue adding conference nd workshop summaries for those hosted or attended by HCC V&E staff.

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December 2020: HCC V&E staff hosted the annual meeting of participants of NE1720: Multi-state Coordinated Evaluation of Winegrape Cultivars and Clones. Follow this link for the annual report submitted by HCC following the meeting: https://www.nimss.org/seas/51816

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November 2020: Updated Harvest Data from the HCC V&E Demonstration and Research vineyard. Data includes 2017-2020.

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August 2020: This is a document listing the highlights and observations from the many conferences and workshops either hosted by or attended by Highland Community College Viticulture and Enology Program staff throughout 2020.

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January 2020: Here is a spreadsheet showing harvest data from the HCC Research Vineyard from 2017-2019. The research vineyard was originally planted in 2013. Some vines yielded their first harvest in 2016, but the first “full” harvest was in 2017.

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December 2019: Here is the 3-fold flyer that HCC V&E program distributes to potential students. It contains information about the viticulture and enology academic programs at Highland Community College and the VESTA program. The flyer also has a “degree sheet” showing required courses for degrees, semesters that courses are offered, and the one-to-one comparison between course names and numbers in the HCC and VESTA systems.

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November 2019: Here are the three vineyard maps for the vineyards planted near Wamego. There are also notes about vines that were replanted, replaced with a different variety, and information pertaining to own-rooted vs. rootstock.

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