Université de Bordeaux
 

Timetable & learning outcomes

The current scientific, technical and economic issues facing the wine and sake industries will be presented by experts, who will also outline current research questions and new evolutions for these disciplines. Tutored work sessions will allow participants to develop research ideas for project proposals in their areas of expertise.

Tentative program

Monday

August 29th

Tuesday

August 30th

Wednesday

August 31st

Thursday

September 1st

Friday

September 2nd


Participant arrival and welcome

Lecture - topic 2 
Production of sake rice and wine grapes: frontiers of science, challenges and opportunities

Lecture - topic 3 
Control of microorganisms and fermentations: frontiers of science, challenges and opportunities

Lecture - topic 4
Quality, typicity and authenticity of sake and wine: frontiers of science, challenges and opportunities
 

Lecture - topic 5
Economy, distribution, sales: frontiers of science, challenges and opportunities

Lecture - topic 1 
Introduction to sakeology and oenology and current challenges in the sake and wine industries

Participant introductions and presentations

Lunch 

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Set up of tutored working groups

Tutored session: working groups

Tutored session: working groups

Tutored session: working groups

Tutored session: project presentations

Welcome dinner

Visit of the ISVV and the INRAe experimental vineyard

Visit of the “Musée d’Aquitaine”

Sake and wine tasting session

Visit of “La Cité du Vin” - closing dinner

Expertise upon completion

This course is a unique opportunity for participants to acquire multidisciplinary skills in sakeology and oenology and to participate actively in scientific projects in order to meet the current challenges of the sake and wine industries.

A certificate of participation will be awarded to students upon completion of the course.

Program may be subject to change.




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