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2022

  1. The Honesty of Wine

    The world of wine is so dynamic. You can learn about geography, chemistry, history, culture and gastronomy. There are endless rabbit holes of discovery with wine. It is such a diverse field of study, but at the end of the day, it’s still a food product. It’s something to consume and share with loved ones. There’s a tangible honesty to wine, and I think that really drew me in to study it and pursue it professionally. 

    February 2, 2022

  2. Become a French Wine Scholar in 2022

    The French Wine Scholar is an in-depth specialist certification focused on the diverse wines and wine regions of France. The program is an official certification and course of study designed by the Wine Scholar Guild to provide current, accurate information on all of the wine regions of France and validate proficiency in the wines and wine regions of France.

    January 20, 2022

  3. Describe wines with confidence with WSET Level 2 Award in Wines

    Yuuji is a WSET Diploma graduate from IWEG and a certified WSET educator with nearly 15 years of experience in the wine industry. He has dedicated over 10 years of his career to providing wine service, teaching WSET, building full wine programs for multiple new restaurants and hosting wine events at Oliver and Bonacini Hospitality. He is currently a Sales Account Manager with Cave Spring Cellars and The Vine Agency, as well as one of the curators for Gargoyle wine club. Yuuji also participates in sensory analysis research for VQA Ontario.

    January 13, 2022

  4. These wine and spirits courses start soon!

    Pronouncing wine terms correctly can be difficult, especially if you have never heard the terms before. WSET has created a pronunciation guide for some key terms so you can hear and see how they should be pronounced. Check it out.

    January 6, 2022