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   Viticulture and Enology
     Viticulture & Enology - Analysis of Must andWine
     Viticulture & Enology - Principles of Enology I
     Viticulture & Enology - Principles of Viticulture II
     Viticulture & Enology - Wine Marketing
     Viticulture & Enology - Wine Types & Sensory
 
 
   Viticulture & Enology - Analysis of Must andWineTell a Friend!
 
      This class is designed to train students entering the field of viticulture and enology in the principles and practices of wine and fermented beverage analysis including tests for free and total SO2, volatile and titratable acidity, pH, Brix and total alcohol. Prerequisite: CHEM 1310.
 
   Prerequisites: Prerequisite: CHEM 1310
 
   Section Dates Days Times Location Instructor Fee  Aux  Total   
   FDST2030  01/21/2014 - 05/15/2014  TBA  -   MC    243.00  243.00  FULL
 
   Notes: NOTE: Course is a combination of Internet and Classroom Sessions. ## These Continuing Education (CE) classes are offered as mirror courses to Grayson College academic classes. Spring semester starts the week of January 21st and goes until May 15, 2014
 
 

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   Viticulture & Enology - Principles of Enology ITell a Friend!
 
      Designed for training students entering the field of viticulture and enology in the history and development of the wine industry; factors affecting wine quality; winemaking operations including harvest, scheduling, crushing, fermentation, and record keeping.
 
   Section Dates Days Times Location Instructor Fee  Aux  Total   
   FDST1020 ##  01/21/2014 - 05/15/2014  TBA  TBA  INTERNET/MC    243.00  243.00  FULL
 
   Notes: Registration is quick and easy at the CWL. Register online or call 903-463-8765. Class is a combination of internet and classroom sessions.
 
 

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   Viticulture & Enology - Principles of Viticulture IITell a Friend!
 
      Continuation of FDST 1323. Expand your knowledge of the economic and scientific principles of vineyard management practices. Topics include irrigation, mineral and carbohydrate nutrition, flower development and fruit set, viral and fungal diseases, and insect control. This course is a must if you?re interested in the field of viticulture and enology.
 
   Section Dates Days Times Location Instructor Fee  Aux  Total   
   FDST2020 ##  01/21/2014 - 05/15/2014  TBA  -   MC    243.00  243.00  FULL
 
   Notes: NOTE: Classes will meet 2/22-23; 3/15-16 ## These Continuing Education (CE) classes are offered as mirror courses to Grayson College academic classes. Spring semester classes begin the week of January 21, 2014. For more information, please call the CWL at 903.463.8765 or visit www.grayson.edu.
 
 

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   Viticulture & Enology - Wine MarketingTell a Friend!
 
      Marketing principles, marketing audit, developing a marketing plan, product, promotion, pricing, place and developing new markets.
 
   Section Dates Days Times Location Instructor Fee  Aux  Total   
   MRKG1091 ##  4/26/14 & 4/27/14  S/N  9A-6P  MC    115.00  115.00  Add to Cart
 
 

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   Viticulture & Enology - Wine Types & SensoryTell a Friend!
 
      A study of the major types of wines including factors that affect quality with an emphasis on the development of sensory evaluation techniques.
 
   Section Dates Days Times Location Instructor Fee  Aux  Total   
   FDST2033 ##  1/21/2014 - 5/15/2014    -   MC    307.00  307.00  FULL
 
   Notes: Course is a combination of Internet and classroom sessions
 
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