Bottling the end product is usually viewed by the consumer as just a mundane step between art and commerce. But, as Sabrina Lueck, enology instructor for College Cellars at Walla Walla Community College puts it, “Bottling is your last chance to screw things up.”
In recent conversations with high school juniors and seniors, one of their top concerns about seeking higher education is funding their education with student loans.
Walla Walla knocked down big shots when they counted and played lockdown defense down the stretch to secure a 93-75 win, its first NWAC championship since 1979, on Sunday, March 19.
In an article published January 30th, the New York Times featured WWCC’s own Andy Winnett and the John Deere Technology program.
On December 7th WWCC had the opportunity to recognize an incredible employee with a community service award at the Chamber of Commerce’s 134th annual awards banquet.
Walla Walla Community College launched its enology and viticulture program more than 15 years ago.
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College Cellars in Walla Walla is turning heads with award-winning student-made wine and generating a new crop of tomorrow’s winemakers in the process