Core Wine Course (Enhanced Spring Semester)
An event every week that begins at 7:30 pm on Tuesday and Wednesday, repeating until Wed, July 1, 2020
The Enhanced Core Wine Course runs Tuesdays and Wednesdays from May 12th to July 1st from 7:30 to 9:30 pm
Earn a complete wine education in a single semester. The Accelerated Core Wine Course combines our Foundation and Intermediate programs into a unified wine education experience.
Plus, the Core Wine Course will save you a sizable amount of tuition. Individually, the Foundation and Intermediate programs cost hundreds of dollars more.
In the Foundation portion of the program, students will learn the techniques and master the knowledge needed to become extraordinary wine tasters. Graduates are able to identify major wine varietals in a blind tasting: a major feat for any wine professional.
In the Intermediate section, students learn about the intricacies of the ever-expanding world of wine. Included in the program is the chance to master the wine styles, climates and varietals of all the major wine producing countries.
Schedule of Core Classes
Section #1 Introduction to Wine Regions
Section #2 Intro to Sensory Wine Tasting
Section #1 France
Section #2 White Varietal Components
Section #1 North American Wines
Section #2 Red Varietal Components
Section #1 Australia
Section #2 Old World vs New World
Section #1 Italy
Section #2 Varietal Fingerprint Lab
Section #1 Spain & Portugal
Section #2 Winemaking Process
Section #1 South America
Section #2 Blind Tasting Class
Section #1 Regional In-Class Exam
Section #2 Tasting In-Class Exam
The Essential Wine Course
The Core Wine Course is the ultimate program for any aspiring somm, winemaker, or wine enthusiast. It includes sections on viniculture and viticulture, Old World and New World wines, blind tasting, and sensory training.
For each wine region, the program covers the essential history, important varieties, and a tasting of important wine styles.
• Compatible with all sommelier qualifications
• The essential program for aspiring winemakers
• Wine enthusiasts welcomed, too.