CSU’s Palisade venture to groom students in wine industry careers

Enologist Stephen Menke of Colorado State University shows fermenting jugs of various wines that belong to the new CSU Ram’s Point Winery in a back room of Grande River Winery in Palisade. Ram’s Point is a nonprofit foundation that will give students and interns a hands-on education in enology and viticulture. It has a shared-premises permit with the Palisade winery. CSU Board of Regents still must approve the agreement.



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Enologist Stephen Menke of Colorado State University shows fermenting jugs of various wines that belong to the new CSU Ram’s Point Winery in a back room of Grande River Winery in Palisade. Ram’s Point is a nonprofit foundation that will give students and interns a hands-on education in enology and viticulture. It has a shared-premises permit with the Palisade winery. CSU Board of Regents still must approve the agreement.

A 2-year-old state law may open the door to the state’s newest winery along with new opportunities for Colorado-born winemakers. A proposed agreement between Colorado State University…




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