Enologists (wine makers) are responsible for every aspect of wine making. Depending on the winery, they spend various amounts of time working in either the lab or on the production of wine. They perform various analyses on the wine and monitor bottling control measures to ensure a quality product.
A four-year bachelor's degree in enology, viticulture, chemistry, or a related field is usually required to obtain these positions.
Because there aren't wineries in all areas, getting a job as an enologist will obviously mean you must move to an appropriate area. The degree programs that offer enology programs are generally in the areas in which you will need to be to find work.
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Enologists generally work in laboratories and other areas of production within wineries. Tasks vary based on the season (e.g., harvest, bottling).
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