Tags » Winemaking, Wine Appreciation And Viticulture Courses

Academia and industry – when it really works! The University of Auckland and Goldie Wines

In July 2011 I read about the University of Auckland acquiring an established Waiheke Island vineyard and winery called Goldwater. The deal meant that the university has taken ownership and the vineyard and associated facilities are effectively now an extension of the university’s teaching and research facilities. 980 more words

New World Wine

University of Adelaide graduates thrive in the world’s southernmost winemaking region

The region of Central Otago, in the South Island of New Zealand, sits astride the 45th parallel, making it the southernmost winemaking region in the world. 1,544 more words

New World Wine

Tarac Technologies - closing the winemaking loop

Have you ever thought about what happens to those delicious winegrapes making your shiraz or riesling after they have been crushed for their juice? With over 1.6 million tonnes of winegrapes crushed in 2011 this gives a lot of skins! 1,023 more words

New World Wine

Adelaide's Wine2030 reaches out to the Gold Coast

Wearing my Wine2030 hat I flew to Brisbane to visit wine educator and friend, Steve Knight, and to talk about the University of Adelaide’s Wine2030 network to his students at Bond University on the Gold Coast – a beautiful venue by anyone’s standards. 548 more words

New World Wine

Learn about the UK wine trade at Plumpton

Plumpton College in south east England is offering a course to learn about the UK wine trade. The four month course covers marketing, grapegrowing and winemaking with a UK focus.  39 more words