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Hello,

I have just attended your Wine 101 class and plan to continue my wine education. I am not quite ready to commit to enrolling in a course, but would like to know if you would recommend a track to follow within your stand alone classes. For example, would you suggest that I take Wine 201 before Wine Smarts or another baseline class?

  • Hank, I’m out of the office until Thursday. I’ll craft a comprehensive list of suggestions for you then.

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Hank,

As promised, I just published a page to answer this very question. Here it is:

Recommended Class Progression at the Wine School

Cheers,

Keith

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Hi Hank,

I think our students would generally agree that taking our intro level classes (priced at $39.99) do not need to be taken sequentially. It’s preferable to take 101 before 201, but not necessary. Among the intro level classes, the essentials would be Great Wine Made Simple (European label reading), Sommelier Secrets (buying, storing and serving wine), and 201 (developing your sensory ability).

After that, I’d highly recommend taking some of our regional classes, such as the Wines of Italy, Spain or France. The Wine Trials class is also a favorite because it gives you a behind the scenes look at the wine making and wine marketing process. Finally, a food and wine pairing class will give you a hands on experience of how wine flavors interact and change with the food being served. (It’s also delicious!)

Please let me know if I can help with anything else.

Cheers

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