Drawing on the expertise of the Plumpton College wine team, Wine Skills provides training and knowledge transfer opportunities in order to encourage wine producers to:

  • Grow grapes and produce high quality wine in an efficient and sustainable fashion.
  • Market and sell their products effectively in domestic and export markets.

These valuable skills enable individuals and producers to compete on the world stage and to ensure the future sustainability of the industry.

Throughout the year many Wine Skills Programs and masterclasses will be available.

Principles of Vine Growing - Extensive & Intensive Varieties

The aims of this course is to provide a good knowledge and understanding of viticulture to those who wish to establish a small to medium-size vineyard, enter the wine trade, or have a strong interest in winemaking.

See more on our 8 weeks extensive course

See more on our 1 week intensive course

Principles of Wine Making - Extensive & Intensive Varieties

The aims of this course is to provide a good level of knowledge and understanding of winemaking to those who wish to establish a small winery, enter the wine trade, or have a strong interest in wine.

See more on our 8 weeks extensive course

See more on our 1 week intensive course

Principles of Wine Business

The aim of this course is to provide contemporary knowledge of the wine trade looking at distribution channels, tourism and consumer behaviour relevant to the UK wine industry

See more on our Wine Business 3 Day Course

Principles of Sparkling Wine

The aims of this course is to provide a good level of knowledge and understanding of bottle-fermented/traditional method sparkling wine. This course focuses on the second stage of winemaking, tirage, secondary fermentation, disgorging and dosage. This course is suitable for anyone that has an interest in the subject.

See more on our Principles of Sparkling Wine Course

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