Education and Research

Oregon Wine Board Education Program

The Oregon Wine Board offers viticultural and enological educational services that enable Oregon producers to grow and vinify among the highest quality wines in the world. OWB achieves this through a coordinated effort with extension and contracted specialists, and deliver relevant and thoughtful information at our annual conference, the Oregon Wine Symposium (OWS)and year-round through statewide and regional workshops.

Oregon State University - Extension Service

The OSU Viticulture and Enology program delivers research, extension and teaching programs that enhance Oregon's regional, national and international reputation in grape and wine quality while considering grower and winemaker profitability and environmentally sustainable production practices.


A national viticulture resource containing the latest science-based information for 6viticulturists. This resource, created by the Grape Community of Practice (GCoP), is directed toward commercial viticulturists who need solid, tested, science-based information to improve their skills in the vineyard.

More about Viticulture

Oregon Viticulture Guide, Northewest COP Calculator, Grape Quarantine and Pest Information

OWB Research Reports

The Oregon Wine Board provides, pursuant to its legislative charter, research grants to institutions for research in viticulture and enology of particular relevance to the Oregon wine industry. 

Featured Content

  • It's back!

    Check a case of Oregon wine for free on Alaska Airlines. Learn More »

  • Wine Region of the Year!

    Oregon honored in 2013! Learn More »

  • Oregon Wine Experience App

    The app is available on iTunes for iPad only. Learn More »

  • Oregon Wine Country Plates!

    Oregon is the first in the nation to sell Wine Country license plates. Learn More »

Jul 2014

OWB Board Meeting

July 31, 2014 | Location

Location: Southern Oregon
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