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We would like to extend a warm welcome and look forward to welcoming the new students back. Welcome to the Wine Campus! With the end of the grape harvest, the Wine Campus traditionally begins the first semester of the dual study program "Viticulture & Enology". We say: Welcome and are pleased to welcome the new students back in presence.  On November 2, a total of 48 new Bachelor's ...

"You can only learn to make wine by making wine." - This principle of the dual philosophy at the Wine Campus Neustadt is lived and taught at all levels. We present two new varieties of NEO campus wine. "You can only learn to make wine by making wine." - This principle of the dual philosophy at the Wine Campus Neustadt is lived and taught at all levels. In January 2020, shortly before the ...

We would like to congratulate our Wine Campus student Sophia Hanke, who was elected Palatinate Wine Queen on October 1 in the Saalbau. We would like to congratulate our Wine Campus student Sophia Hanke, who was elected Palatinate Wine Queen on October 1, at Saalbau . And there is even more to celebrate at the Wine Campus: her fellow student Sabina Kobek was also awarded a crown on the ...

The Bachelor's degree program in Viticulture & Enology started the new academic year in August with 53 dual students. The Bachelor's degree course in Viticulture & Enology started the new academic year on August 2, 2021 with 53 dual students. It was particularly pleasing that  all new students were able to start their studies at the Wine Campus together and in presence! For the winter ...

After a changeable summer, this year's Palatinate wine is eagerly awaited. The vintage could be interesting, says Prof. Ulrich Fischer and explains why climate change, of all things, makes red wine even better. SWR Aktuell: The main grape harvest in the Palatinate starts today. What is your forecast: What will the 2021 vintage be like? Prof. Ulrich Fischer: The 2021 vintage really is ...

On August 2, 2021, a total of 53 dual students will start the prosemester in the Bachelor's degree program in Viticulture & Enology. The coronavirus pandemic has therefore not had a negative impact on the number of applicants. Compared to previous years, the number of students has increased once again.  Students at the Wine Campus have always benefited from small groups and individual ...

On July 6, we were delighted to receive a visit from Carina Konrad, Member of the Bundestag. Ms. Konrad is a member of the Bundestag and is particularly committed to agriculture, viticulture and rural areas. After a welcome and introduction by Günter Hoos, Director of the Rural Area Service Center (DLR) Rhenish Palatinate, we were able to hold interesting discussions with our guests on ...

After two semesters of online teaching, the students of the first year of the Franco-German Master's in Viticulture and Enology were finally able to come together. From June 7 to 18, they attended lectures, exercises and labs at the Wine Campus Neustadt. Thanks to an extensive cultural program, they were able to experience the Palatinate up close. With events in the subjects ...

Containers will cover the additional space requirements for the winter semester - state draws up a master plan for the site For the winter semester, containers will cover the additional space requirements - state draws up a master plan for the site    The Wine Campus Neustadt was given more space in 2016 thanks to an additional building. But that is no longer enough , says Günther Hoos, ...

Pioneering research and development work receives 4 million euros in funding Forward-looking research and development work receives 4 million euros in funding   The go-ahead has been given for the two research projects SmartGrape and PINOT. On May 10, Federal Minister Julia Klöckner handed over the funding decisions to the eleven partners. "Digitalization has long since arrived in ...

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