You Can Now Get a Degree in Wine at This Israeli University

When you were growing up, did you think, “Gosh, I really want to go to school to learn how to make a bold but drinkable Shiraz?” Well, little kids all over Israel can now have that dream come true.

Hebrew University in Jerusalem is launching a new wine degree program in viticulture enology, or for those of us less educated in wine, the science of all aspects of winemaking. The program will also include internships at wineries and workshops in Europe. Makes you want to head back to school, eh?

Wine on the brain? Try one of these wine-centric recipes:

Coffee and wine beer stew

Manischewitz Chiptotle BBQ sauce

White wine braised chicken with potatoes and tomatoes

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