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Redlands Winery 

The increased popularity of grape growing and wine making in our state has provided economic development for many underserved agricultural areas. Redlands Community College offers Oklahoma's only two-year degrees in viticulture and enology.

Redlands has a 26-variety research vineyard at Darlington and the states first wine research lab, which includes the only Discrete Flow Analyzer in Midwest.

Classes are offered in traditional classroom and online formats to accommodate student needs. From building the trellis system to testing grapes in the lab, students have the opportunity to be involved in a working vineyard.

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Plant Educational Research Vineyard includes:

  • 54 Varieties of Vinifera
  • 2 Varieties of French-American Hybrids
  • 3 Trellis Systems

Viticulture and Enology Science and Technology Alliance

  • Accepted into VESTA
  • Participated in a National Science Foundation grant with Missouri State University.   

Classes include:

  • Principles of Enology I
  • Sensory Evaluation
  • Principles of Enology II
  • Analysis of Must and Wine
  • Winery Operations
  • Vineyard and Winery Marketing
  • Winery Practicum
  • Oklahoma Vineyard Management
  • Principles of Viticulture I
  • Global Terroir
  • Integrated Pest Management
  • Principles of Viticulture II
  • Vineyard Technology
  • Winery Tasting Room Management
  • Vineyard Practicum

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Center Facilities

Vineyard

Enology Lab
(wine research)

Computer Labs

Classrooms


Grower Education

Seminars for Beginning Growers

Advanced Seminars for IPM and Grape Quality


Vineyard Services

Continue Soil, Water, and Petiole Testing

Mobile Lab Visits to vineyards

Harvest Testing of Grapes for BRIX and pH

Site Selection Consultation for New Vineyards

Use of Chemical Analysis for Improving Oklahoma Wines


Contact Information

Annie Pearson
(405) 422-1486 Annie.Pearson@redlandscc.edu