WSET Wine Courses

We're delighted to say that we have been approved to run WSET wine courses!

 

WSET stands for Wine & Spirit Education Trust, which provides globally recognised education and qualifications in wines and spirits for professionals and enthusiasts! You can study two different courses at with Stephen or Ashley, our qualified and passionate tutors. Read on to find out more.

 

Level 1 Award in Wines

Who is the course aimed at?

  • Front line staff in hospitality or retail, particularly those preparing for or starting their first job.
  • Wine consumers interested in learning more. 
Topics covered in the course include:
  • Styles of wine
  • Principle grape varieties
  • How wine is made
  • Wine tasting
  • Storing & serving wine
  • Social responsibilty
  • Food and wine pairing
  • WSET Level 1 systematic approach to tasting (approx 6 wines to taste) 
How long is the course?
  • One full day (see available dates below)
  • At the end of the course there is a 45 minute closed book multiple choice official examination 

 When can I study?

  • Tuesday 9th January (Churchfield Farm, Oundle, PE8 5AU)

Course fees?

  • £150 - this includes a study guide, wine samples, tuition, examination and certificate. 

More information & how to sign up:

 

Level 2 Award in Wines and Spirits

 Who is the course aimed at?

  • Those with little of no previous knowledge who would like a sound but simple level of product knowledge either to assist with work within hospitality, retail or wholesale or simply for their own interest in the subject.
Topics covered in the course include:
  • Factors that influence wine style
  • Characteristics, style and quality of principle grape varieties
  • Key countries and regions
  • Sparkling wine methods and styles produced in key countries
  • Sweet and fortified wine methods and styles produced in key countries
  • Principles and methods used in international spirits
  • Storage, selection and service of wine
  • WSET Level 2 systematic approach to tasting (approx 46 wines to taste)
How long is the course?
  • Three full days = 16 hours tuition (see available courses below)
  • Minimum of 10 hours home study is required
  • At the end of the course there is a 60 minute closed book multiple choice official examination 

When can I study?

  • Tuesday 3rd April, Tuesday 10th April & Tuesday 17th April 2018 (Churchfield Farm, Oundle, PE8 5AU)

Course fees?

  • £365 - this includes a study pack, wine samples, tuition, examination and certificate. 

More information & how to sign up:

 

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Posted on 03/08/2016
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