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DISTANCE LEARNING (ONLINE) COURSES

Study online with The Wine Wise Company

All of our courses are available to study online.  Level 1 and Level 2 students can now choose to take their exam online or in person at an exam centre.

Level 3 exams have to be sat in person at an exam centre.  These are currently subject to Covid-19 restrictions and are limited to 2 students per exam.   

Online Courses

Our exclusive online courses are the perfect solution for those who prefer to study at their own pace.  Our courses contain a range of tutorials, practice questions, mock assessments and videos which work in conjunction with the accompanying WSET study materials.

WSET Level 1 in Wines
WSET Level 1 in Spirits
WSET Level 2 in Wines
WSET Level 3 in Wines

The courses are designed to study at your own pace and tutor support is available throughout the course via email, telephone or videolink appointments.    Ongoing group tasting and theory tutorials are also included in your course - please see details below.

Exams

Level 1 and 2 qualifications can now be completed by sitting an online exam in their own setting or 'in person' by attending one of our Exam Centres.
Due to the tasting assessment of the exam,  Level 3 students are required to attend an Exam Centre.

Online Exams

These can be sat at a date and time to suit you (subject to certain restrictions around UK/US public holidays).  You will require a webcam enabled PC/laptop and a second mobile device.  Full details will be issued upon booking.

Classroom Exams

Exams of all levels can be sat 'in person' at one of our Exam Centres.  Level 3 exams must be sat 'in person'.  Our Exam Centres are located in

  • Sutton Coldfield - main exam centre
  • Watford
  • Sheffield
  • Bristol
  • Liverpool
  • Exeter
  • York


Sutton Coldfield is the main exam centre.  It is possible to arrange alternative exam dates at this venue.

The dates of upcoming exams can be found on the

EXAM SCHEDULE

Important: 

A minimum of 15 days notice is required to book an exam.

Virtual Wine Tasting and Theory Sessions

As a Wine Wise Student, you are invited to attend our tasting and theory sessions to enhance your study experience.  These are currently focussed on wine.  Spirit tutorials are in the planning stage and spirit students are welcome to attend wine sessions and vice-versa.   Zoom invitations will be sent out during the booking process.

Tasting Sessions 

These are held via Zoom on alternate Thursdays at 6.30pm.    Each session follows a theme - please see the Virtual Tutorial Schedule link below.  Bring a bottle and join in our friendly conversation! 

Theory Sessions

Held once a month on a Saturday morning at 10.30am.  Each session will focus on a specific region or wine style.  All students are invited to attend. For Level 1 and 2 students. some of the content may be beyond the reach of the syllabus but may enhance your understanding of the subject area.  

Click here for the VIRTUAL WINE TASTING & THEORY SCHEDULE



Virtual Spirit Tastings  **New for 2022**

Following a similar format to the Virtual Wine tastings, join us monthly on a Sunday evening for a spirit tasting looking at Whisky and other spirits.

Click here for the VIRTUAL SPIRIT TASTING SCHEDULE



All Courses are available to start straight away. 

Please get in touch to request a booking form.  Upon completion and return of the booking form, you will receive a further email giving payment information and details of how to access the online course.  The accompanying study materials will be dispatched by post shortly afterwards.


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