Courses in Wine Business

Courses are intended to either bridge a gap in academics or arm current professionals with additional skills in their field of study. Programs are available in a variety of subjects and at schools all around the globe. What are courses in wine business? These are designed for students who already have an interest in wine and want to find a career on the business side of the industry. There are man… Read more

Courses are intended to either bridge a gap in academics or arm current professionals with additional skills in their field of study. Programs are available in a variety of subjects and at schools all around the globe.

What are courses in wine business? These are designed for students who already have an interest in wine and want to find a career on the business side of the industry. There are many aspects to a wine business, and a course may cover topics such as the history, international business trends, and strategic planning. General business topics are often explored. These include business formations, state and federal legal aspects, cash flow and financial planning, ecommerce, business plan development, and marketing and advertising practices.

Students who take this course develop a number of business and management skills, such as communication, which may qualify students for more career options. Students also gain analytical and organizational skills, which are necessary for both business and personal success.

Courses can take a few weeks to a few months to complete, which can affect how much it will cost to take the course. For those on a budget, looking for an online course may keep costs down, but it depends on the particular program.

Students who complete a course in wine business may choose from a variety of careers, depending on their educational background, experience, and interests. Some examples of job titles include winemaking director, winery owner, lab manager, enologist, cellar master, winemaker, winery operations director, sales manager, PR manager, marketing director, and sales broker. Some people who take the course want to gain more knowledge to apply to their jobs as a sommelier, wine educator, or bar manager.

Use this database to look for international, local, and online courses. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Culinary Institute Kul IN
Sisak, Croatia

Did you know that the Zinfandel grape originates from Croatia? Historically, Croatia has had a long and close relationship with wine, and vineyards are full of indigenous grap ... +

Did you know that the Zinfandel grape originates from Croatia? Historically, Croatia has had 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. -
Courses
Full-time
50 hours
English
28 Apr 2020
03 Apr 2020
Campus
 
IES Abroad
Siena, Italy

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 pr ... +

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. 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 -
Courses
Full-time
12 weeks
English, Italian
Campus
 

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