The Wine Scholar Guild is offering a 20% discount on all study programs & membership to celebrate Bastille day and its celebration of French culture and wines when using coupon code BASTILLE (to be entered on the checkout page). Hurry, this coupon is only valid until July 14th 2016!
Specialize in the wines of France and Italy:
Master the French wine region(s) of your choice via a study manual and a comprehensive series of webinars taught by internationally recognized wine experts including Masters of Wine, Master Sommeliers and authors:
Become a Member of the Wine Scholar Guild today for only $80 and enjoy an additional 10% discount on all study programs. Membership offers quality education in food and wine not found elsewhere. Register here.
Our Distance-learning program offers interactive program that are put into a measurable, meaningful format designed for maximum retention of content and ease of use.
Our materials have been created with the support of the French Ministry of Agriculture and Italian wine DOC/G consorzi. Numerous wine professionals have endorsed them, highlighting the quality of the programs in their statements:
"The Italian Wine Scholar is an invaluable tool vital to a student’s success in learning about the world’s most diverse wine country"
Tim Gaiser, Master Sommelier and renowned wine expert
“I am impressed by the thoroughness of research that has gone into the Italian Wine Scholar study manual"
Nicolas Belfrage, Master of Wine, author of the acclaimed books: “Barolo to Valpolicella: the Wines of Northern Italy” and “Brunello to Zibibbo: the Wines of Tuscany, Central and Southern Italy”.
“I would recommend the Italian Wine Scholar study program for anyone who really wants to learn about the complex and fascinating wine regions of Italy."
Jeannie Cho Lee, Master of Wine, award-winning author, wine critic, educator and contributing editor for Decanter
"The French Wine Scholar is a very serious wine program but fun and very enjoyable to follow. The teaching is superb and the quality of the material brilliant."
Gerard Basset, Master of Wine, Master Sommelier, Best Sommelier in the World 2010
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