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Educational wine fun: Join the Wildcat Wine Club in their second tasting event

Annemarie Mullet

Expand your knowledge and tastebuds.

Linfield’s very own Wildcat Wine Club is meeting Nov. 7 and Dec. 5 at 4:30 p.m. for a wine-tasting event open to the Linfield community. Each event explores a different theme, so please join both.

All ages are welcome to attend this educational free event. Spit cups will be provided to ensure guests can taste like a professional and appreciate the bursting flavors of wine. Food is complimentary.

Bring friends and join Linfield’s wine studies professor Stephanie Mitchell, associate instructor Toni Ketrenos and Outreach Development Manager for Wine Studies Robin Brown.

Enhance your knowledge about different varietals, grow an appreciation for wine with the Linfield community and learn more about the wine department.

Linfield offers everything from a WSET (Wine & Spirit Education Trust) certification to a major and minor in wine studies, along with an MS in wine business leadership.

“The Willamette Valley is a wonderful place to discover and learn about wine,” said Brown. “This event is a fun, casual setting where students and everyone can taste and explore different wines.”

Don’t miss out on this awesome opportunity. The Wildcat Wine Club will start pouring at 4:30 p.m. in the Keck Atrium and the event ends at 6:00 p.m.

Want to learn more about Linfield’s wine department? Visit here.

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Mariah Johnston, Life and Culture Editor
Mariah Johnston is a junior JAMS major and anthropology minor. While being born and raised in Elko, Nev., she always knew she wanted to move to the PNW. She is editor of the Life and Culture section of The Linfield Review. When she is not working for The Review, she is involved in other jobs on campus, such as writing for Voices of Linfield, a member of the JAMS promo team and a member of Alpha Phi. Recently, she started an internship with the Willamette Valley Visitors Association serving as a content creating intern. Her hobbies include photography, hiking, and anything outdoors, as she has recently gotten into snowboarding and surfing. After college, she hopes to pursue a master's degree in photojournalism, and land a job writing in the travel industry.
Annemarie Mullet, Managing Editor

Annemarie Mullet is a senior from Kirkland, Wash. She is a digital arts major and creative writing minor. Annemarie also works at the Writing Center and in the digital art lab. When not working or doing school, Annemarie can be found doing art, crocheting, sewing, reading, or spending time with her ESA bunny, Mocha.

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