Course in Oenology in Europe

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Courses are academic classes taught by qualified instructors that are intended to enhance participant’s knowledge of a given area or training in a particular discipline. Courses vary broadly in terms of length, size, content and duration.

Oenology, or the study of wine and winemaking, exposes students to the process of making wine from growing grapes and other fruits used in winemaking to fermentation of wine by introducing oxygen to facilitate yeast growth. Students will not only learn about the different types of grapes used to make wine but will also understand how to "taste" wine, what wine to serve with what foods and differentiate among the many locally and internationally produced wine.

In all, there are over 4000 Higher Education Institutions in Europe offering a wide range of courses at Bachelor, Masters and Doctorate level. With more and more of these organizations offering English as the language of education for at least some of their degree programs, universities in Europe are now of higher quality than ever before. Universities in Europe offer a friendly welcome to foreign students and to give a course of knowledge that meets their profession needs in today’s global demand.

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Siena - Business & Economics of Italian Food & Wine

IES Abroad
Campus Full time 12 weeks August 2018 Italy Siena Hong Kong + 1 more

Our Business & Economics of Italian Food & Wine Program is ideal for Business, Economics, Agribusiness, Environmental Studies, Political Science, and Agricultural Economics majors, as well as any student with an academic or professional interest in local and organic food and wine in Italy. [+]

Overview

12 credits. 12 weeks. $12,000.

Our Siena – Business & Economics of Italian Food & Wine Program is part of our 12 for 12 for 12 programs.

The intersection of culture and cuisine is taken to the next level in Tuscany, where traditional food and wine are not only a large part of the cultural identity, but also a primary economic contributor.

Our Business & Economics of Italian Food & Wine Program is ideal for Business, Economics, Agribusiness, Environmental Studies, Political Science, and Agricultural Economics majors, as well as any student with an academic or professional interest in local and organic food and wine in Italy.

You will live in the welcoming city of Siena, home to many specialty foods, including hand-rolled pici pasta, crostini with chicken liver, and panforte nut and fruit cake crafted by local, quality-driven producers. It’s here that you’ll enroll in four courses for a total of 12 credits where you will explore how business and economic concepts are woven into the fabric of the Italian food industry. Imagine exploring global marketing strategies one day and visiting a local Brunello wine producer with international distribution the next. How about studying EU agriculture policy and then talking to the owner of an agriturismo farm about how these policies impact his business? Welcome to study abroad!... [-]


Wine Program

Culinary Institute Kul IN
Campus Full time 50 hours February 2018 Croatia Sisak

Did you know that the Zinfandel grape originates from Croatia? Historically, Croatia has a long and close relationship with wine, and vineyards are full of indigenous grape varieties, enriching the region's wine culture. This two-week program is a complete package that will immerse you in the world of wine, covering Old World and New World wines, traditional Croatian wines, viticulture, enology, tasting techniques, wine marketing, and understanding wine labels. You will find your inner sommelier as you learn to distinguish subtle flavors and aromas, and you will visit local vineyards and wineries to learn about wine production. Whether you are a wine lover, a wine critic, or a sommelier, this course will offer something new and exciting for you. [+]

The modern culture of dining is inconceivable without wine and other alcoholic beverages that have become an indispensable part of gastronomy and everyday life. Proper handling and storage, knowledge of wine culture and its history, as well as quality presentation and communication skills are all required for professional work with wine. Along with learning the standards of wine bon ton, sommeliers must follow new trends in the business because wine is a live product and demands continuous tasting, consideration, and research.

Kul IN's Wine Program combines theoretical and hands-on training so that students can get a complete insight into the world of wine. The program is intended for those who are employed in tourism, the catering industry, restaurants and hotels, winemakers, sales representatives, wine critics and wine lovers. Upon completion, students will be able to independently determine wine quality, select wines, pair wine with food, and compose a wine chart.... [-]