The French Wine Scholar study and certification program is geared for members of the wine trade and serious wine hobbyists; it is designed to test for proficiency in the wines and wine regions of France. It is endorsed by the National French Wine Office and by U.S. Importers of French Wine as well.
The French Wine Scholar curriculum is comprised four sessions of 6-hour classes: Alsace, Beaujolais, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne, Loire, Rhône, Southern France. An average of 6-8 wines will be tasted per class.
The WSET (Wine & Spirit Education Trust) was founded in England in 1969 to promote, provide and develop high-quality education and training in wines and spirit for those in the wine and spirits industry as well as for the interested consumer. The UK-based WSET courses are the most widely recognised and highly regarded wine certification programme in the world today!
Wine & Co Consultancy offers these internationally recognised certified wine courses:
» Level 1 Award in Wines Certificate
» Level 1 Award in Wine Service
» Level 2 Award in Wines & Spirits (formerly known as Intermediate)
» Level 3 Award in Wines & Spirits (formerly known as Advance) - Distance Learning
Whether you would like to enhance your social skills, satisfy your thrust for wine knowledge, or simply want to taste some good wines and meet new people, our internationally recognised wine courses are perfect. These courses provide the best wine education available, to bring about more enjoyable time in wines. Upon the successful completion of the examination, you will be awarded a certificate from the WSET from UK.
|Overview||Perfect for beginners, this is the best place to start your sommelier career|
|Description||This course is a good introductory course for the wine enthusiast who wishes to be introduced in a structured way to wine styles, storing and serving of wine, food and wine matching and how to serve wine. You will taste a minimum of 7 fantastic wines.|
|Upcoming Intake||18th & 19th Jan 2013|
|Overview||Appropriate for individuals who have a serious interest in wine. This is a natural progression from the Foundation course, though the Foundation certificate is not a prerequisite.|
|Description||This course is intended to provide a comprehensive level of focused wine knowledge. Successful candidates will be able to give information on the characteristics of the principal wines & spirits and identify major international brands within each category. You will taste a minimum of 10 fantastic wines.|
|Upcoming Intake||23rd Feb, 2nd & 9th Mar 2013|
|Upcoming Intake in Shenzhen||13th, 14th & 20th Apr 2013|
For class timings and further information, please contact us.
The Level 3 Award gives comprehensive coverage of wines and spirits, with an increased focus on tasting technique and on the application of the knowledge gained.
Provide a core knowledge of the wide range of wines and spirits around the world to equip those in a supervisory capacity with the authority and confidence to make informed decisions in a wide variety of trade situations.Who it is aimed at:
|•||People employed in the drinks and hospitality industries in a
supervisory capacity, needing core information to advise
management and customers with authority and make informed
selections of wines and spirits
|•||Wine connoisseurs who wish to learn about wines and spirits
in a rigorous and structured manner and gain an internationally
recognised wine and spirit qualification.
Upcoming Intake: Mid June 2013
Upcoming Intake in Shenzhen: 11th May 2013
French Wine Scholar Course (FWS) (Class 3)