Be Part Of Old Vine Research. Take The Survey

When it comes to wine, age is all the rage. Dusty bottles with peeling labels are proudly displayed, library stock carefully cultivated, rare vintages bragged about and traded…

 

Ten Tips For Building A Better Wine Business

Understand your customer

 

GSB The Business of Wine Course Postponed till 2021

As a result of the outbreak of Covid-19, the Graduate School of Business has made an informed decision to postpone The Business of Wine Course until 2021.

 

South African wine industry renews commitment to scholarships supporting transformation

Industry leaders Vinpro and Graham Beck have teamed up again with the UCT Graduate School of Business (GSB) to fund transformation in the wine industry by creating bursaries for previously disadvantaged individuals on the groundbreaking Business of Wine programme running from 29 May to 7 June 2020. Now in its fifth year, the course is the only one of its kind in South Africa that focuses on the business aspect of wine across the wine business value chain.

 

Reasons To Sign Up For The 2020 GSB The Business of Wine Short Course

This Graduate School of Business The Business of Wine short course gives delegates critical market insight and the business acumen and leadership skills needed to maximise opportunities in the wine industry and make themselves and their organisations more competitive.

 

Old Vines A Special Feature Of The South African Wine Industry

“An increased focus on South Africa’s old vines has accelerated an unprecedented interest from wine thought leaders around the world, in the country’s wine heritage and the industry itself, with wines made from fruit sourced from these heritage vines proving their mettle,” according to André Morgenthal of the Old Vine Project (OVP).

 

UCT and industry commit to widening access to the business of wine

What comes to mind when you picture a bottle of wine?

 

Wines of South Africa presents: Creating the Blend

The South African wine industry has come a long way since 1994.

 

The Sommeliers Selection joins forces with BLACC

Wine is NOT a destination, but rather an awe-inspiring journey of discovery. It is subjective and personal … and very dynamic.

 

5 Simple tips to turn yourself into a wine expert

We asked Dr. Alex Russell, who completed his PhD in the School of Psychology,  for 10 tips to help you become a wine expert.