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Since the late 1800s, Oklahoma State University has been involved with viticulture throughout the state. However, the recent expansion of the wine-making industry has demanded that OSU address viticulture and enology issues with greater urgency.


OSU strives to provide the best educational opportunities to address issues that concern Oklahoma grape growers and wine makers. Research also plays an important role in our viticultural and enological efforts, and we will continue to expand these efforts. We have had a large cultivar and rootstock trial vineyard at Perkins since 2001 that has yielded a tremendous amount of information with direct applicability to Oklahoma grape growers. Great potential exists in Oklahoma for growing grapes and making wine of high quality, and our team of experts at OSU will be in the vanguard to aid the industry in developing a strong, sustainable future. For more information on grape production, visit the OSU Horticulture and Landscape Architecture  Viticulture and Enology website and the OSU Extension grape topics page. View the grape report below.

Grape Variety Trial Reports

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