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Students hold tasting for their wines made in class

LATISHA JENSEN, Evergreen life editor

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Viticulture and enology students will showcase a wine series they created in class, called “Blended Learning,” on Friday.

This wine-tasting corresponds with homecoming festivities, and the students will pour two white wines and two red wines for participants to try, according to a news release.

The wines can soon be found at retail outlets, according to the release. Four wines will be released at the end of this year during an annual release party in Richland.

During the event, students and staff from the viticulture and enology program will talk about the process of making the wines, according to the program website.

Tickets cost $5. They can be purchased at the door, but the limit is one per person. This ticket can be used to get $5 off a bottle of wine and includes a commemorative Brelsford WSU Visitor Center wine glass.

The event is from 4 – 8 p.m. Friday at the Brelsford WSU Vistor Center. Wine tasters must be 21 or older.

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LATISHA JENSEN, Evergreen life editor

Latisha Jensen is a junior multimedia journalism major from Bellingham.

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Students hold tasting for their wines made in class