A beginner to intermediate level course for wine and spirit enthusiasts and for those entering or working within the wine and hospitality trades.

What the course is about

The course offers insight of the main grape varieties, the important wine regions in which they are grown and the different styles of wine produced. It also covers the key categories of spirits and liqueurs. Tasting skills are developed throughout the course with the sampling of forty-eight different wines and spirits.

The course is for those with little or no prior wine knowledge.

Learning outcome

The qualification provides knowledge of the following:

  • How wine is made
  • The important wine-producing regions of the world
  • The main black and white grape varieties and their characteristics
  • The factors influencing wine style
  • The production of sparkling, sweet and fortified wines
  • The principal categories of spirits and liqueurs, and their production
  • Wine labeling terminology
  • Food and wine pairing
  • Describing wine using the WSET Level 2 Systematic Approach to Tasting Wine

The course ends with a 50 multiple-choice-question paper to be completed within one hour. Successful completion of the exam leads to the internationally recognised WSET Level 2 Award in Wines and Spirits certificate.

Course dates

Option 1: Thursday evenings, 19th of April to 14h of June
8 sessions in total
(no session on the 10th of May)
Time: 18h30-21h00

Option 2: Saturday 5th of May 2018 to Saturday 26th of May 2018

3 sessions in total (no session on the 12th of May)
Time: 9h00-16h45

Option 3: Monday evenings, 20th of August 2018 to 15th of October 2018
9 sessions in total 
Time: 18h30-20h30

Option 4: Monday evenings, 5th of November 2018 to 28th of January 2019
9 sessions in total (no sessions from 14.12.2018 to 9.01.2019)
Time: 18h30-20h30

Address: Grev Turegatan 45, 114 38 Stockholm
Course tutor: Sarah Jefford, WSET Certified Educator and Diploma graduate.
Language: English
Price: SEK 6’300 (incl. VAT)

The price covers WSET course materials, examination fees, WSET accredited tuition and wine samples. The study material will be sent to you in advance upon payment.

Glasses

Students need to bring tasting glasses to each of the course sessions. A protective shoulder-bag containing a set of six high quality 35 cl Riedel Ouverture Red glasses can be purchased from Nordic Wine Tastings at the bargain price of SEK 599 (one Riedel Ouverture Red glass retails at SEK 150).

Book the course

Please book by filling in the form below and by paying for the course and glasses via Swish (1236760615) or bank transfer (Giro: 425-0262). Please do not pay until receiving confirmation that the course is taking place as a minimum of 5 participants is required.

Kindly read the terms and conditions before submitting your booking form.

Please contact Nordic Wine Tastings by phone (+46 73 310 34 18) or by email (sarah@nordicwinetastings.com) for any further questions regarding the course.

 

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