The "Encyclopedic dictionary of grape varieties and their synonyms" resulted from the lifelong work of Pierre Galet, a professor at the University of Montpellier and father of modern ampelography. With over 1,200 pages and 3,000 photos, it allows identification of nearly 10,000 grape varieties. French language.
IFV conducts studies concerning plant selection, wine-growing, wine-making and commercialization. Good information about molecular ampelography, vine disease, biodiversity, organic viticulture, and bio protection.
Instruction in the business of making and selling wine. Developed by Tim Hanni MW, the class is available as an instructor-led 8-week online course ($895) or as a self-study 8-lesson on-demand course ($475). Access to the WineBizSim financial calculators used in these courses can be purchased separately ($360).
The Wine Business Journal (previously Wine Business Case Research Journal) advances wine business theory, teaching, and practice through the generation, cumulation, and dissemination of knowledge with strong practical and theoretical implications.
The Business of Wine Video Series (https://sbe.sonoma.edu/winebiz) was developed and produced as course material in support of academic and professional programs offered at the Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University.
Partnership between the scientific, academic bodies and experts in Europe devoted to research on health, cultural & social aspects of wine consumption with a searchable scientific database, glossary, and other references.
Articles and webinars about all aspects of viticulture, an educational resource provided by the Grape Community of Practice (GCoP). Questions submitted to "Ask the Expert" will be responded to quickly via email.