ADWN-502: Northern Wine Countries of Europe: The Wines of France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Hungary

Credits 3

This course explores the histories, rise to prominence, and modern changes related to wines from the northern appellations of Europe. In-depth study of the wines of France, Germany, Austria, Switzerlad, and Hungary is the focus of the class, and accompanying analytical tastings of the major appellations enhance the understanding of these important foreign wines. In addition, the course examines the terroirs of the major regions, delves into traditional and contemporary production methods, and analyzes the recent wine labeling changes in the European Union member countries that produce wine.


Viticulture and Viniculture (ADWN-500), The Wines of the New World: Northern Hemisphere (ADWN-508), New World Wines of the Southern Hemisphere, Asia & the Levant (ADWN-504), Distilled Spirits, and Introduction to Mixology (ADWN-509), Global Wine Business Operations (ADWN-507), Graduate Seminar Research and Writing, PART 1 (ADWN-511).


Old World Wines: Southern and Eastern Europe, (ADWN-503), Fermented and Non-Alcoholic Beverages, (ADWN-506), Advanced Beverage Management, (ADWN-505), Graduate Seminar Research and Writing, PART 2 (ADWN-512).