WSET Level 3 Award in Wines, April to July 2020

WSET Level 3 Award in Wines, April to July 2020

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WSET Level 3 Award in Wines, April to July 2020

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This course will be a fun and informative way to complete the WSET Level 3 wine qualification. Each evening will start at 5.30pm with a delicious picnic-style supper and finish at 9.30pm. There will also be further revision sessions, as well as additional tasting boot camps, that run on some Mondays from 10am to 3pm


The WSET Level 3 is devised by the Wine & Spirit Education Trust and is the internationally recognised qualification for those entering the wine and hospitality trades. This course is perfect for wine connoisseurs who wish to learn about wines in a disciplined and structured manner and gain an internationally recognised wine qualification. You’ll taste a wide range of wines as you cover the syllabus, gaining a thorough understanding of the world of wine today.

It is an extremely rigorous course and requires intensive study and preparation. The course cost covers WSET examination fees, WSET course materials, WSET accredited tuition, use of Berry Bros. & Rudd equipment and tasting samples. Course materials are sent to you in advance and we recommend that you read them thoroughly before starting the course. Hosted by Rebecca Lamont, Head of Wine School

Session one: Wednesday 22nd April
Course induction and tasting technique
The natural factors and human influences in the vineyard

Extra tasting boot camp: 10am to 3pm, Monday 27th April

Session two: Wednesday 29th April
The human factors in the winery that influence style, quality and price
The white wines of Germany, Alsace, Austria and Tokaj
Session three: Wednesday 6th May
The white wines of Burgundy, the Loire Valley and Bordeaux
The red and rosé wines of Bordeaux, South-West France and the Loire Valley

Extra tasting boot camp: 10am to 3pm, Monday 11th May

Session four: Wednesday 13th May
Extra tasting boot camp: 10am to 3pm
The red wines of Burgundy and the wines of the Northern Rhône
The wines of the Southern Rhône and southern France; the white wines of Spain and Portugal and the red wines of Spain (part one)

Extra tasting boot camp: 10am to 3pm, Monday 18th May

Session five: Wednesday 20th May
The red wines of Spain (part two) and the wines of Northern Italy
The wines of central and southern Italy, Greece and the red wines of Portugal

Session six: Wednesday 27th May
Premium red wine regions of the New World
Premium white wine regions of the New World

Extra tasting boot camp: 10am to 3pm, Monday 1st June

Session seven: Wednesday 3rd June
Regional specialties of the New World
Sparkling wines

Session eight: Wednesday 10th June
Fortified wines
Revision

Revision session: Wednesday 17th June

Revision session: Wednesday 24th June

Examination: Wednesday 1st July


Dress code: smart casual

NB Wines for this event have been chosen from Berry Bros. & Rudd’s historic stock and may not be available to order following the event.
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WSET Examination Courses London

WSET Examination Courses London

Berry Bros. & Rudd's examination courses are devised by the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) and are formally and internationally recognised courses that are followed by those entering the wine and hospitality trades. These enjoyable courses are ideal also for those who seek official recognition of their achievements. Emphasis is on personal tuition and group discussion in our unique surroundings.

As well as delicious picnic-style lunches, refreshments are served during the two sessions each day. The course ends with a celebratory glass of Champagne to toast your achievement.

The course cost covers WSET examination fees, course materials, accredited tuition, use of our equipment and our tasting samples. Course materials and mock papers are sent to you two months before the course begins, so you can start your studies before classes commence.