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5 Certificate Programs in Oenology 2024

    Certificate Programs in Oenology

    Individuals who want to gain additional information in a particular subject may want to enter into a certificate program. A certificate can help a professional further her or his career, or benefit students who need to bridge a gap between academic phases.

    What is a certificate in oenology? This program provides knowledge about wine and winemaking, and there are different certificate levels available. Some programs are geared towards those who already have years of experience in the industry, while others provide basic knowledge. Courses aimed at upgrading the student’s technical and scientific knowledge may include sensory studies, stabilization and clarification, winemaking at vintage, and cellar operations and technology. In introduction programs, students learn about the different origins and varietals of wine, their taste profiles, and how to pair wine with food.

    Earning this certificate is beneficial in that it prepares students for a variety of careers in the wine industry. Some certificates prepare students for more advanced study in the science and making of wines.

    Schools that offer programs in oenology are often located in wine-producing regions, which means students can choose from schools all over the world. Because of this, the tuition and fees can vary quite a bit. Interested students should ask the schools directly about specific costs.

    An education in oenology can lead to a number of different careers. Employers may include wineries, specialty wine shops, fine restaurants, and research labs. Depending on the level of education and a student’s specific interests, job titles may include wine sommelier, lab technician, wine consultant, wine critic, vineyard manager, wine maker, tasting room associate, beverage manager, grower relations assistant, assistant research professor, and cellar worker.

    It is quick and easy to use our online catalog to find the right school. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.