Demand for wine is increasing as consumers from the United States and Canada seem to need it more than ever. Wine has been known as one of the pinnacles of having class, and people who know their wine are held in high regards. Good thing expanding your knowledge on wine and getting paid while doing it is a thing!
Those who are serious in pursuing a career in the wine industry must, of course, consider taking some serious education around the matter first. While apprenticeship might be a huge thing in ancient times, modern era requires that humans present proof that they have studied a subject matter first.
If you really want to have a job involving wine, you better achieve to be an expert on it. To start your wine education, you can head to New Zealand's Eastern Institute of Technology, according to a report by Study International.
Eastern Institute of Technology is reportedly one of the best schools that offer courses on wine making. The school teaches potential wine experts how to grow the perfect grapes for making the perfect wine and how to market the product globally.
Another school that offers a program around wine is Sonoma State University's School of Business and Economics. The Wine Business Institute within the school lets students study the wines of Sonoma and Napa Counties in California, Sonoma State Star reported.
Attending a school will let you connect with wine enthusiasts. Expanding your network while still in school will help you market your wine in the future. It could also help you determine what available jobs in the wine industry you really want to target. With the flourishing industry, you will be sure to find a job that fits your temperament and ideals.
In another liquor-related news, Jobs & Hire previously reported that tequila maker Jose Cuervo went public and received $900 million from the offering.