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Virtual Tasting & Theory Sessions

Wine Wise students are invited to attend our online sessions to help enhance your studies.  You are welcome to join as many as you wish and can continue to do so even once your studies are complete.  

Wine Tasting Sessions

Join us for our Virtual Tasting Sessions held on alternative Thursdays 6.30pm-8.00pm (UK time) via Zoom.  We follow the WSET Systematic Approach to Tasting criteria and explore the concepts of tasting.

Please bring your SAT card and a bottle of  your choice and join the conversation!

Thursdays 6.30-8.00pm

2022

  • 15th Sept - Italian Reds
  • 29th Sept - Sauvignon Blanc
  • 13th October - Cabernet Sauvignon
  • *** 20th October - Additional Calibration Tasting Session - details to be confirmed *** 
  • 27th October - Argentina
  • 10th November - Greece
  • 24th November - Merlot
  • 8th December - Port

For an invitational link to the tasting, please contact Nina on 07804 494083 or email info@thewinewisecompany.com.  Alternatively, you can send a message via the Contact Us page. 


Wine Theory Tutorials

As part of your studies, you are invited to attend our Virtual Theory sessions.  These are held monthly on Saturday mornings (10.30-12.00).  The tutorials focus on the Level 3 syllabus but Level 2 students are more than welcome to attend.  The sessions are scheduled as follows:

Saturday Mornings - 10.30am-12.00pm

2022

  • 17th September - The Loire Valley

     ** Additional Tutorial Q&A Session Sun 18th Sept at 7pm**

  • 15th October - Port & Fortified Muscats
  • 12th November - Oregon, Washington, New York, Canada
  • 10th December - Alsace

For an invitational link to the tasting, please contact Nina on 07804 494083 or email info@thewinewisecompany.com.  Alternatively, you can send a message via the Contact Us page. 


Spirit Tasting Sessions

A new format is in the planning stage.  Details will follow shorlty.

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