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WSET Level 3 Award in WINES

  • Sutton Coldfield
  • Start: 10/06/2022 at 09:00
  • End: 15/07/2022 at 15:00
  • £780.00 per person

Book Course

10th, 17th 24th June &

1st, 8th & 15th July 2022

Fridays: 9.00am - 3.00pm

Venue: Sutton Coldfield

NB: Students must hold the WSET Level 2 Award in Wines and Spirits

The syllabus builds on Level 2 knowledge of wines from the leading wine regions of the world, together with a detailed understanding of grape growing and wine making.  The course is a challenging study developing factual recall and analytical skills resulting in a comprehensive appreciation of the world of wine.

Course Content

  1. Course Introduction and Tasting Technique
  1. The Natural Factors and Human Influences in the Vineyard
  1. The Human Factors in The Winery that influence Style, Quality and Price
  1. France
  1. Spain
  1. Italy
  1. Other major European Regions
  1. The Americas - North and South
  1. South Africa, Australia, New Zealand
  1. Sparkling Wines
  1. Fortified Wines


For further course information, please see our Level 3 information page

To discuss your requirements or to book directly, please contact Nina on

M: 07804 494083 
Email: nina@thewinewisecompany.com

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Next Course: A 14 week evening course beginning Wednesday 7th September through to 14th December.  Please get in touch to register your interest.

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