Virtual Tours of the Robert Mondavi Institute
The Robert Mondavi Institute is comprised of state-of-the-art learning facilities, an edible garden, and a LEED Platinum Certified Brewery, Winery, and Pilot Plant. Through these virtual tours, we hope to share their importance to the students, the industry, and the community.
We hope you enjoy the Winery & Vineyard, Good Life Garden, Brewery, Sensory, and Food Labs & Pilot Plant video below. Subscribe to our newsletter or YouTube channel to be notified when new videos are posted.
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Winery & Vineyard
The winery at the Robert Mondavi Institute is the first LEED-platinum-certified winery in the world and is right next door to the teaching vineyard. Their state-of-the-art facilities offer undergraduate and graduate students hands-on opportunities for learning and research in viticulture and enology. You'll also peek into the Special Collections room of special wines!
Good Life Garden
The Good Life Garden sits at the center of the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science. Watch this beautiful short tour to hear staff, student and volunteer voices, history, and why it's important.
Anheuser Busch InBev Brewery
The LEED Platinum-certified pilot-scale brewery is a 5000 square feet, state-of-the-art facility. It supports undergraduate and graduate education, research, and industry development. Watch our short tour to hear staff and student voices, history, and its impact on the beer and brewing industry.
The Sensory Building at the Robert Mondavi Institute features state-of-the-art sensory science and consumer science laboratories and the Silverado Vineyards Sensory Theater. Discover what sensory science is and why it's important for you, the consumer. Students, alumni, faculty and staff share the innovative sensory facilities that make UC Davis a leader in sensory science.
Food Labs & Pilot Plant
Discover the Food Innovation Lab, the Pilot Plant and the Milk Lab at the Robert Mondavi Institute. Each space is a versatile and state-of-the-art facility where innovation happens. Students have the unique opportunity for experiential learning and research that impacts the food industry. Take a look to learn about these lesser-known spaces at the Robert Mondavi Institute.