SPANISH WINE SCHOLAR™ | ONLINE 15-Week, Instructor-Led Format Starts March 16
Earn your Spanish Wine Scholar (SWS) post-nominal through 15 weeks of self-study fully supported by a comprehensive study manual, interactive e-learning modules for each region, and 10 live review webinars.
Join this online course designed to provide wine professionals and committed students of wine with the most advanced and comprehensive specialization study program on Spanish wine, bar none!
Register now and gain instant access to the online material.
2020 WINE IMMERSION STUDY TRIPS|SELLING OUT FAST!
Travel in small groups of wine professionals and committed students of wine under the guidance of world-renowned regional experts. Experience intensive, professional-level study trips packed with visits to top estates and meet some of the region's best, most influential winemakers.
CLASSROOM LEARNING | WHERE TO STUDY
Nothing can beat live classroom instruction with extensive tutored tasting. Find an Approved Program Provider near you among the 90 wine schools in 30 countries offering WSG programs.
PODCAST | Olivier Humbrecht, MW & Andrew Jefford on Alsace
In this two-part podcast, Olivier Humbrecht, MW, of Domaine Zind-Humbrecht in Alsace talks with WSG's Academic Advisor Andrew Jefford of Decanter magazine about what it's like growing up in a wine family, Olivier's journey to becoming France's first Master of Wine, and his approach to winemaking.
BLOG | Wine Trends in 2020: Champagne by the Numbers by Andrew Jefford
Award-winning wine writer and Wine Scholar Guild Academic Advisor Andrew Jefford takes a look at the wine trends that are shaping the Champagne region, its landscape, its climate, the industry and ultimately, how winemakers are adapting in the cellar.
BLOG | Franciacorta and Trento: A Tale of Two Cities by Richard Baudains
Italian metodo classico, traditionally overshadowed by the prestigious image of Champagne and at risk of being subsumed under the rampant Prosecco brand, is finally starting to get the recognition it deserves. Find out why Franciacorta and Trento merit a spot in your cellar — and which producers you should know about.
FREE DECANTER ARTICLE | Transforming Tempranillo by Sarah Jane Evans, MW
As part of a partnership between Wine Scholar Guild and Decanter, we are pleased to share with you full access this Decanter Premium article.
WSG members can also enjoy a 20% discount on their Decanter Premium subscription! Follow the link for details.
Over-zealous planting and heavy-handed use of oak haven’t done its reputation any favours, but Spain’s most widespread variety can make excellent wines. Sarah Jane Evans, MW, highlights the regions and producers helping Tempranillo reach its full potential.