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This programme will equip you with the knowledge, understanding and technical skills required to become a professional vine grower and winemaker. In addition to classes on theory and science of grape growing and winemaking, you will actively participate in the production of the College’s award-winning wine in our well-equipped commercial vineyards and winery. The course also contains a work placement in industry and an independent research project. This programme is unique in the UK.
Based at the foot of South Downs National Park, between Brighton and Lewes, Plumpton College offers its students expert teaching and an immersive learning experience.
Across its inspiring natural campuses, the college offers a competitive variety of land-based degree courses, all validated by its partner institution, the Royal Agricultural University (RAU). Plumpton’s and RAU’s excellent network of professional contacts, and growing alumni provides students at the college with extensive work placement opportunities.
Plumpton College offers dedicated course-specific student training units that include the Plumpton Wine Centre, a purpose-built Veterinary Nursing Training Suite, fully equipped laboratories, an extensive Animal Management Unit, and outstanding equine facilities with an excellent variety of resident horses.