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wine technologist

Originally, the wine-maker was the master of a winery responsible for the manufacture, installation and maintenance of the barrels. The name was derived from the cooperage (Barrel production). Later, this developed into responsibility for the cellar work at the winemaking, In Germany until 1982, the name Weinhandelsküfer was in use, until then from 2014, the new job title Weintechnologe was introduced. Its scope includes acceptance and squeeze (Pressing) the grapes, controlling and monitoring the fermentation and the expansion of the wines, as well as the determination of the time of the bottling,

The training period for a wine technologist is usually three years at the learning locations company and vocational school. The state recognition is obtained by a successfully passed exam to become a wine technologist IHK (Chamber of Commerce and Industry), which corresponds to a journeyman's certificate in crafts. After one or several years of professional experience, the exam can be for winemaker (Winemaker) be completed. See also a list of other occupations at viticulture training,

All aids, works and measures in the vineyard during the growth cycle one finds below Weingarten Care, Complete listings of the numerous cellar techniques, as well as a list of wine-regulated wine, sparkling wine and distillate types are under the keyword winemaking contain. Comprehensive information on wine law is available under the keyword wine law,

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