Agriculture and Animal Studies
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Total Hours: 8
- the main styles of wine
- the WSET Level 1 systematic approach to tasting
- the characteristics of the common grape varieties used to produce wine
- service of wine
- health, safety and legal issues
- the matching of food and wine
- Upon successful completion, participants will be issued a Level 1 Award Certificate and lapel pin from the Wine and Spirit Education Trust (WSET)
WSET LEVEL 2 AWARD IN WINES AND SPIRITS, WSET LEVEL 3 AWARD IN WINES
Wine and Spirit Education Trust
- It appeals to people entering the wine industry and to the general (and enthusiastic) wine consumer.
No government funding or concession applies.
- Cash - paid in person at any campus or a Skills and Jobs Centre
- Credit Card
- Invoice - paid by the company or job agencies
Participants complete a portfolio of tasting notes in class
A multiple-choice exam paper of 30 questions.
Pen and paper
A text/study guide is provided
Candidates need to be over 18 years old.
Photo identification is to be provide prior to sitting the exam
Pathways to further study
WSET Level 2 Award in Wines and Spirits
WSET Level 3 Award in wines
Consultancy - Training can be offered on-site or off-site