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Developed by renowned wine professionals to respond to the industry needs, Diploma in Wine and Beverage Management is a full-time wine business management course that prepares students to succeed in the world of wine with an operational and strategic approach to the food and drinks business.

The Diploma in Wine and Beverage Management has been designed to provide students with an in-depth knowledge of wine incorporating wine sensory analysis, wine production, food and wine pairing, marketing and wine business management.

This diploma course includes one semester of study at le cordon bleu Shanghai.

Key information

Duration: 3 months; 2 intake each year: April and October
Fees: 69,000 (including3,000 admission management fee, teaching materials, course tuition fees, uniforms, etc)
Teaching Mode: Wine theory and practical course
Language: Chinese Mandarin

COURSE DETAILS

  • Entry requirements
    High school graduate or equivalent, fluent in Chinese, aged 18 or above.
  • Course Features

    WINE SENSORY ANALYSIS

    Establish a systematic wine tasting method based on visual, olfactory and gustation perception of wine, thus making accurate judgements of wines. Subjects like introduction to wine production in different climate and geographical environment, wine cultivation, wine brewing, bottling and other knowledge provides a basis for refining sensory analysis and evaluation methods and improving blind tasting skills.

    VITICULTURE AND WINEMAKING
    Explains major viticulture techniques and winemaking methods, and how each of the steps in these processes will affects the final flavor of a wine.

    WINE PRODUCING COUNTRIES AND REGIONS
    Learn the specifics of each region and wine producing country, from the history, to the winemaking processes, with a focus on the fine sparkling wine regions of the world. This section includes wine tastings during class and at professional fairs. And on the basis the students will explore special wines from various regions around the world.

    ALCOHOLIC AND NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
    Advanced knowledge on alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages that can be offered as an alternative to wine, with explanations of coffee and tea. Students will develop a structured method to assess alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. This section also covers an introduction to various spirits, liqueurs, quality coffee and tea, premium bottled water and soft drinks and global trends.

    FOOD AND WINE PAIRING
    Drawing from the expertise of Le Cordon Bleu Master Chefs, students will experience food and wine pairing rules with both theoretical and practical understanding. From the fundamental theory of taste interaction, to the aroma and dining environment and timing considerations, the students will understand food and wine pairing comprehensively.

    MANAGEMENT AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    With a focus on study, research and communication skills, grasping market trends and marketing strategies, this section will help our students to better emerge in wine and beverage industry with a professional developing prospect. This part also covers introduction of sommelier services including various kinds of service style and focusing on the techniques necessary to optimize the flavor of the wine. Other topics range from basic wine menu editing to learning to organize and host various events or wine tasting parties.

  • What Qualification will I gain?
    Diploma in Wine and Beverage Management
  • Campus Location
    Building #1, No. 1458 Pu Dong Nan Road, Pudong New District, Shanghai, China.
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