Equipe pédagogique

LYTRA Georgia

Maître de conférence


Maître de conférence


From technical knowledge to professional practices, students will get a broader perspective in viticulture and enology, with particular focus on sensory analysis.

Our Bachelor’s degree in Viticulture and Enology will allow graduates to:

> Become a skilled professional in the global wine industry
> Participate in projects related to international viticulture and winemaking techniques
> Provide  technical advice  and support to other wine industry professionals
> Acquire specific knowledge  in sensory analysis


– Grapevine physiology
– Ecophysiology
– Vineyard management


– Transforming grape juice into wine (fermentation science)
– Aging
– Bottling


– Tasting rules
– Physiology of taste
– Varietal, fermentative and ageing aromas
– Off odours

6 MONTHS / Bordeaux Sciences Agro & EPL Bordeaux Gironde

2 WEEKS / AgroSup Dijon (Burgundy)

2 WEEKS / Montpellier SupAgro

1 WEEK / Ensat Toulouse

10 months including a 3 month internship in a winery/vineyard. Format : Full-time.

>>> Completed 2nd year of undergraduate studies (equivalent to French “BAC + 2” Level or U.S. associate degree of 2 years) in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology, fermentation and/or food sciences, agriculture, mathematical, and physical sciences
>>> English language proficiency at CEFR level B2

> Cellar manager
> Vineyard manager
> Technical consultancy, experimentation, control and auditing
> Managing projects for professional or public institutions and organizations

January 1st Online application opens (first call)
Mars 15th Deadline for first call applicants
April The decisions of the Jury of eligibility for first call applicants
April By the end of the month preselected applicants will be interviewed via Skype and students will be advised of acceptance
April 1st Second call for applications is open
May 31st Deadline for payment of inscription fees for first call applicants
July 1st Deadline for the second call applications (The recruitment period for next year will open on January)
June-July Second call preselected applicants will be interviewed via Skype and students will be advised of acceptance
July 30th Deadline payment of inscription fees for the second call applicants
Scott Hurrell, graduate of the Bachelor’s degree in Viticulture et Enology: