You can usually take higher education courses if you’re 18 or older. They’re regularly taught in universities, colleges and professional institutions such as art schools or agricultural colleges - nearly all of which have their own websites. You can get a wide range of skills, for example, diplomas, bachelor degrees, foundation degrees and post-graduate degrees.
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.
If you wish to increase your knowledge of social, cultural, administrative, and historical viewpoints of South America and the Latin world, this is the continent for you.
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Argentina’s amazing wine-producing tradition is getting more international attention than ever before. Today, it is the main wine producer of South America (5th in the world) with more than 1.3 billion liters produced annually. Particularly known for its deep, [+]
Wine Lessons in Buenos Aires, ArgentinaArgentina’s amazing wine-producing tradition is getting more international attention than ever before. Today, it is the main wine producer of South America (5th in the world) with more than 1.3 billion liters produced annually. Particularly known for its deep, flavorful Malbec grape, Argentine wines continue to be praised all over the world. Mente Argentine invites you to become the wine expert you always wanted to be, with a chance to visit the different wine-producing regions of Argentina, seeing the vineyards, wineries, meet winemakers, and of course, taste a wide variety of wines. The combined learning experience of classes (discussing winemaking theory and history) and tastings will broaden your knowledge of the wine industry as well as its culture.... [-]