New CSU degree teaches from vine to market

November 2006
Australian & New Zealand Wine Industry Journal;Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p116
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Charles Sturt University's new Bachelor of Wine Business. The degree complements the institution's highly valued viticulture and wine science courses. According to course coordinator Trevor Delves, the course is specifically designed to develop skills not only in wine science and viticulture but also the business of winemaking.


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