October 18, 2018
October 20, 2018
About the course
Teaching language : english.
The WSET Level 3 provides a more in-depth and comprehensive knowledge of wines and builds upon the knowledge gained at the previous courses, with an intense focus on tasting wines systematically and professionally.
This course covers the major grapes and wine styles produced around the world, and it also determines extensively the factors that influence the style, quality and the price.
It is an ideal learning environment for wine enthusiasts who wish to become masters of their own passion! With our course, you can obtain top knowledge about wine, understand how to recognize the various wines around the world, their quality and also their correct price.
We have created a course that qualifies those employed in the wine industry and gives them the authority and confidence to make informed decisions in different trade situations. This is a genuine provider of skills in advising HoReCa management or customers on wine selections.
We recommend this course for those who have already completed the WSET Level 2 Wines and Spirits course. However, this is not a requirement for enrollment.
This certificate is one of the globally most-recognized achievements in the wine industry and it is highly recommended for those who wish to work in a wide range of positions abroad.
What is covered:
- How to taste wines, and evaluate quality, identity, and price, using the WSET Level 3 Systematic Approach to Tasting Wine® (SAT)
- The key factors in the production of wine: location, grape growing, winemaking, maturation, and bottling
- The key characteristics of the principal:
- still wines of the world
- sparkling wines of the world
- fortified wines of the world
- spirits of the world
- How to apply your understanding to making trustworthy recommendations
- How to store and serve wine
- How to pair wine with food
Course duration is six days, each day with intensive morning and afternoon sessions, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
To gain the qualification students need to successfully pass both Unit 1 and Unit 2 parts.
Unit 1 is assessed by a closed-book exam of 50 multiple-choice questions and a paper of short written answers. Unit 2 is assessed by a blind tasting of two wines.
A mark of 5% is required to pass.
90 hours of additional private study is recommended for this course. Students are strongly advised to accomplish most of this private study time in preparation for the course.
- Advanced course book
- Study guide (complete with maps, example questions, and forms for your own tasting notes)
- Laminated tasting card.
- Support materials
- Tutoring and discussion on wine
- The opportunity to taste 70 different wines
- Examination fees
- Water to freshen your palate
- Certificate and a lapel pin
You must be 18 years old to participate in any alcohol tasting.