UC Davis Continuing and Professional Education is hosting a series of new courses in viticulture this spring, designed to help professionals working in vineyards get ready for next season’s harvest.
Taught by S. Kaan Kurtural, an associate Cooperative Extension specialist in viticulture with the UC Davis Department of Viticulture and Enology, these courses take place at the UC Davis Oakville Station — a 40-acre research vineyard located in the heart of Napa Valley.
The new courses include Small Vineyard Management II, Mechanical Vineyard Management, and Vineyard Irrigation: Principles and Practices, and range in price from $250 – $585.
On 23rd April UC Davis will be hosting a free online information service, designed to inform about the winemaking programe at UC Davis. Attendees will be able to hear from staff about the program, including short courses held in Davis and Napa Valley, the week-long OIV Wine Marketing Program, and the online Winemaking Certificate.
To see all available courses in viticulture and enology, wine business and sensory evaluation, visit the UC Davis Continuing and Professional Education’s Winemaking website.