Connect the Dots
I like to ask questions throughout a lesson: tell me about, why is it that, how does this work, and what is the connection between this and that?
Become More Familiar with French Wines
I think if you have an interest in being part of the wine business, courses such as the French Wine Scholar cannot but help in increasing your wine knowledge which will make you more likely to get hired.
Keep Things Fun
However much you love wine, learning how to taste and describe it confidently takes time and practice. But wine tasting should never be a chore! Here are a few ways to keep the fun of wine tasting alive while honing your palate.
The WSET Level 3 Award in Wines is an advanced-level course is for industry professionals as well as dedicated enthusiasts who want to develop a broader and deeper understanding of wine
So Much to Learn
As with any typical Italian family, Sundays were usually the day of the week dedicated to more elaborate meals – and the expectations were always high, particularly when a bottle of wine was brought to the table. I believe there is so much to learn about wine; it is an endless learning process. I decided to attend WSET courses in order to develop a deeper understanding about wine, improve my skills, be better able to interact with wine professionals, to learn even more, and get a WSET Diploma.
This is a great opportunity to taste some absolutely first class wines not typically available in our market. It’s a great opportunity, and a great way to have first class education and make or renew meaningful connections with fellow IWEG students.
A Structured Way to Learn
I took this course out of self-interest and because my partner who also took it spoke so highly about it. I was looking for a structured way to learn about the characteristics of the most common varietals and what factors influence the wines made from them.
Professionally, I work for the LCBO and now have a better understanding of the products that we have available for consumers, as well as an appreciation for the products themselves. Personally, I am more confident in purchasing and recommending wines to family and friends!
Dream to Reality
After completing a couple of courses, I look forward to where this is going to take me. Will I become a product consultant at the LCBO or join another great company to advance my carrier in the wine industry? I know for sure whatever I do next will be related to wine.
Congratulations to Our New WSET Level 4 Diploma Graduates
Flavour wheels are an extremely accessible tool for use by the industry and enthusiasts alike, essentially providing a common language for describing the aromas of various compounds that arise during the whisky-making process. A consistent framework can offer the chance to create formalized tasting notes that everyone can relate to and understand.