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From Beginner To Connoisseur To Aficionado
Whether you are a connoisseur or are a beginner, there are seminars and courses that will lift you to the status of wine aficionado. The Guild offers a lifetime of wine and spirits education to everybody.
International Wine Guild - Teaching Since 1997!
The International Wine & Spirits Guild was established in 1997 to encourage study to develop technical understanding and increased knowledge of wine.
The Guild is dedicated to fostering training at the highest levels and helping everyone. To become an active Guild member you must successfully complete either the Level I Wine Seminar, the Level 1 Fine Spirits Seminar (both seminars are 12 contact hours) or the Level 2 Advanced Wine Course or the Level 2 Advanced Fine Spirits Course.
Calendar of Wine Classes
Looking for a Calendar of upcoming Guild Classes? Here is a link showing upcoming classes.
Map To the Guild Seminars and Courses
International Wine and Spirits Guild
This information will be provided when you register for a class.
Straight from the Wine Course Blogs
A few years ago, Claude and I — along with the help of Nicolas Post — created this backdrop for our son’s wedding. This space has now become our retreat. I love having my coffee here and contemplating life after a hard day. Come along for a tour! These antique doors really make me happy. They are all solid wood and have the original glass panes. It took...... click for more
Hard work and dedication paid off in a big way for two International Wine & Spirits Guild (IWSG) students! On July 10th, IWSG promoted Nicolas Post and Carol Chamberlain to our highest level of diploma: Master Wine Educator (MWE). The MWE — a prestigious professional diploma recognized across the wine industry — is designed specifically for those interested in becoming a...... click for more
Daniel Kelada, International Wine & Spirits Guild’s Texas Director, first became interested in pursuing a wine education when working at a Texas wine bar in 2008. “One of my co-workers was a Guild graduate and he was always outselling me and earning much more in tips due to his wine knowledge,” Daniel said. “I realized I needed to know more about wine and improve my...... click for more