Our Wine Fundamentals classes are 1-day courses to help prepare those who have no experience with wine or feel they need some preparation, or a remedial short-course before attending the Level 1 Wine Seminar.
This 1-day course presents an overview of the fundamentals of red, white, rosé, fortified, sparkling, and late harvest wines through a series of wine evaluation exercises and lectures.
Lunch is provided as part of your tuition. If you have any dietary restrictions, please email Sherrie at email@example.com and accommodations will be made.
There are no educational or experience prerequisites for this introductory course. You may bypass this short-course and begin your education with the Level I Wine Certification Seminar if you feel you do not need a basic introductory course on wine.
This course does not offer a certification and there is no exam for this course.
Wine Fundamentals classes are one-day short courses for those who have no experience with wine or to help prepare those who feel their wine evaluation skills are not sufficient to successfully complete the Level I Certification Seminar. Or, for those who would like a one-day basic introduction to wine components (vision, smell, taste). This particular Wine Fundamentals short-course is also often taken by people who have completed Level I and want additional technical wine evaluation practice before starting the Level II course.
This short-course presents an overview of basic wine evaluation concepts through a series of lectures, wine evaluation exercises and actual wine evaluation. It is not a course for certification; there is not an exam.
There are no prerequisites in terms of education or experience to take this short-course. You may bypass this short-course and begin your education with the Level I Wine Certification Seminar if you feel you do not need a basic introductory course on wine components.
In this one-day short course you will:
Lunch is provided as part of your tuition. If you have any dietary restrictions please contact the Guild with that information.
This short-course was formally the all-day public class Components.
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