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Wine Industry Professional Training 

Spring Term 2020

Potential Vocabulary Terms

Week 1: Oregon Wine History/Story of Willamette Valley/ Oregon WinePioneers
American Viticultural Area (AVA) – a designated appellation for American wine in the United States distinguishable by geographic, geologic, and climatic features, with boundaries defined by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB).
Pioneer
Week 1: Grape Growing Farming Practices and Certification
Low Input Viticulture and Enology (LIVE)
Organic
Biodynamic (BD)
Sustainable
Conventional
Standards
Certification
Third-party inspector
Biodiversity
Integrated plant protection
Integrated pest management
Watershed
Riparian
Ecosystem
Greenhouse gas
Compliance
Recordkeeping
Salmon-Safe
Logo
International Organization for Biological Control (IOBC)
Holistic
Organism
Interdependent
Biodiversity
Compost
Manure
Preparation
Equilibrium
Resilience
Microbial
Medicinal Herb
Bacteria
Fungi
Organic matter
Regenerative
Demeter
Yarrow
Chamomile
Stinging nettle
Oak bark
Dandelion
Valerian
Week 2: Career Path in Industry, HR Perspective, and Communication/Conflict Resolution
Human Resources
Leadership
Management
Responsibility
Urgent
Important
Team
Change
Relationship
Rules
Roles
Communication
Perception
Assumption
Conflict
Collaborate
Compromise
Accommodate
Avoid
Compete
Values
Boundaries
Negotiate
Trust
Command
Consult
Consensus
Delegate
Agreement
Week 3: Wine Sales
Direct to Consumer (DTC)
Distribution
Wholesale
Retail
Tasting Room
Customer Service
By appointment
Wine Club
Point of Sale
Incentive
Inventory
Tourism
Travel
Hospitality
Week 3: Wine Label Rules and Compliance
Certificate of Label Approval (COLA)
Trade name
Brand name
Winery License
Federal Alcohol Administration Act (FAA)
Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)
Vintage date
Appellation of Origin
Bottled by
Health warning
Sulfite declaration
Net volume
Varietal
Alcohol by Volume (ABV)
Week 4: Field Trip to Tasting Rooms
Week 5: How to Open, Serve, and Talk About Wine
Week 5: Wine and Food Pairing
Week 6: Wine Marketing
Week 7: OLCC Servers Permit
Alcohol server permit
on-premise
off-premise
minor
intoxicated
identification
Blood alcohol content
Sober
Designated driver
Cognitive
Behaviorial
Week 8: Student Exercise – Develop a Hypothetical Vineyard and Winery
Week 9: Educational Opportunities
Doctorate
Master of Science (BS) or Art (MA) or Business Administration (MBA)
Bachelor of Science (BS) or Art (BA)
Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
Liberal Arts
Career Technical Education
Wine Spirit Education Trust
Master of Wine
Sommelier
Scholarship
Registration
Financial Aid
Week 10: Wrap-up and Celebrate!