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OIV Wine Marketing Program - Day 04: Grape Supply and Economics of Production

Study the grape supply and the economics of production during day four of the Wine Marketing Short Course. Topics include:
  • Basic Wine Accounting
  • The Role of Brokers and Importers
  • Negociants
  • Custom Crush Processing and Finishing
  • Selling Wine Grapes: Pricing and Contracts
  • The Bulk Wine Market
  • How PR is Marketing (and Vice Versa)

Instructor(s)

Christian Miller, MBA, has worked in market research, brand and category management for more than two decades. He is the proprietor of Full Glass Research, which provides economic and market analysis and research for food and beverage producers and marketers. His recent projects have included trade surveys, label tests, analyses of direct customers, new product marketing plans and a study of the interaction of wine and beer consumers. Clients range from small wineries and cheese producers to large multi-brand or packaging companies. Miller also co-directs UC Davis Extension's annual OIV Wine Marketing Program.

Schedule

Thu., 8:30am to 5:30pm, Jul 19

Where

Buehler Alumni and Visitors Center 530 Alumni Lane, Davis CA 95616

Fees

$325.00

Enrollment Policies

Refunds, less a $50 processing fee, will be granted if requested at least one week prior to the course. Click here or visit https://extension.ucdavis.edu/student-services/withdrawals-refunds-and-transfers to view complete enrollment policy information including details on withdrawals and transfers.

Section Number

181VIT206