The topics covered for the 360-degree exploration of the world of wine: from the principles of production to all the elements of communication and marketing up to the tasting techniques that are developed during the course in practical activities. Thanks to the collaboration with theItalian Sommelier Association also, who will finish the master’s path will become also sommelier.
L’signing up is for first-level graduates in viticulture and enology, agricultural, food, open economic communication and marketing disciplines or other related disciplines, and you can also participate in individual modules as auditors; Yes they can to prescribe also undergraduates who plan to graduate before the start of classes.
According to the data of the Almalaurea University Consortiumthe employment rate (within 1 year) of those who have left this training course in the last five years is between 65 and 90%.
As explained by Pietro Tonutti, teacher of viticulture at Sant’Anna high school, all the numbers are of wine are growing: “In Italy, the area planted with vines is always growing, as are the attention for native vines and practices sustainable. In the 2021 harvest, Italy produced about 50 million hectoliters, 19% of world production, of which half goes for internal consumption and the other is for export. In 2021, exports of seven billion euros were exceeded for the first time, with increases on all fronts, both in European markets and in those of other continents; and the first months of 2022 suggest an increase of 20% compared to the same period of 2021 “.