Rooted For Over Thirty Years In The World Capital Of Wine, Inseec Bordeaux Boasts Thousands Of Graduates, Several Hundred Of Whom Have Made Careers For Themselves In The Wine Industry.
The field has become considerably more demanding professionally and internationally, and it therefore seeks young people with a solid, specialized education.
The market for wine and spirits is going global. Today the wines of France and of other big European producers (especially Spain and Italy) compete against wines from new terroirs in the world. At the same time, world consumption is always increasing. The largest increases are to be found in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany, whereas Scandinavia, Russia, and certain countries in Asia will supply new consumers.
To respond to new expectations and the current climate, INSEEC-Bordeaux, with its network of alumni and the advice of experts in the field, has decided to create the INSEEC Wine & Spirits Institute (ex Bordeaux International Wine Institute).
The curriculum will revolve around three principle axes: professional, international, and technical. One of the school's goals will be to establish privileged partnerships with local companies.