Cornell University has been involved with agriculture since just after the Civil War-today, its College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is the third largest school of its kind in the country. But while it's had a grape-breeding program for a century, it wasn't until recently that the Ivy League institution started a full undergraduate enology and viticulture curriculum. The local wine industry is now reaping the benefits.
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