California Wine industry produces $58.9 billion in economic value and creates 330,000
direct jobs for California. It also produces $2.1 billions in revenues from tourism.
Other enology/viticulture programs
California Polytechnic State University,
San Luis Obispo Online information about the California Polytechnic State University,
San Luis Obispo agribusiness department
California State University, Chico
School of Agriculture
University of California, Davis
Lots of information on the program, wine making, and related links
California State University, Fresno
Department of Viticulture and Enology
Related interesting sites
Viticulture and Enology Research Center at
the California Agriculture Technology Institute
Includes research studies and material related to the grape and wine industries of
Central Coast Wine Services
The Missions of the Central Coast Wine Services and the Paso Robles Wine Services
are to promote the Wine Industry in the Central Coast in whatever way they are able:
to provide their customers with excellent facilities and service, thereby allowing
them the maximum opportunities for quality wine making, expansion, and success within
the framework of a safe, professional work environment.
Other Wine and Viticulture Pages
Bien Nacido Vineyards
Bien Nacido Vineyard has become one of the best known vineyards in the Santa Maria
appellation - a region which owes much of its reputation as a producer of world class
wines to the remarkable Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, Syrah, and Merlot wines
produced from Bien Nacido Vineyard grapes.
French Camp Vineyards
French Camp Vineyards encompasses over 1,700 acres, is a leader in vineyard mechanization,
and has produced grapes that have resulted in it becoming one of the most sought after
vineyards in the Central Coast of California.
Fun pages that contain tons of wine related information
Contains links to local Central Coast wineries
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"I've enjoyed the wine courses here at Hancock. I have gained a better understanding and knowledge of the industry, specifically in the enology program. I hope to transfer to Cal Poly to major in ag business. The effort and partnership between our professors, the industry, and the universities make Hancock the perfect pathway for the full-time student or individual who wants to be part of the wine industry."
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