With the state of Washington boasting the second most wineries in the country after California, and ranking third in overall wine production, it should come as no surprise that a local community college seized the opportunity to incorporate the ever-growing viticulture industry into its curriculum, the Huffington Post reports. In a segment for PBS NewsHour, special correspondent John Tulenko profiled Walla Walla Community College, which 12 years ago launched its wine school -- the first of its kind in the nation. The two-year degree program teaches grape growing, pressing, barreling, blending and tasting -- all on-site at the...

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