Monthly Bulletin | Introducing The Science of Wine Tasting Series
Plus IWS Prep Course details, blog and the new webinar
DECEMBER 2020 | NEWS & UPDATES
Including a look ahead to the start of our new Science of Wine Tasting Series in January 2021
NEW IN 2021 | SCIENCE OF WINE TASTING SERIES
The Science of Wine Tasting Series is designed to help students of winesharpen their tasting skills and master the latest scientific advancements in wine chemistry and sensory evaluation.
The Science of Wine Tasting is composed of four segments, each focusing on a specific aspect of wine evaluation. Experts in their field will each present one segment of the series: Gabriel Lepousez, PhD; Nick Jackson MW; Francois Chartier, Sommelier; and Dr. Jamie Goode, wine writer.
IWS PREP| NEXT ONLINE SESSION STARTS JAN. 12, 2021
IWS Prep is your foundation towards mastering Italian Wine. The course provides an introduction to Italy, explores its key wine regions and delivers core information on 39 of the country's need-to-know wines.
Its rich content is full of culturalhighlights that are engaging as they are entertaining.
Designed to address the needs of the inquisitive wine enthusiast and aspiring wine professional alike, IWS Prep is a stepping stone to the internationally acclaimedItalian Wine Scholar certification program.
Gain instant access to online study materials... followed shortly by your coursebook!
For live classroom instruction with extensive tutored tasting, find an Approved Program Provider near you. More than 90+ wine schools in 30 countries offer Wine Scholar Guild study programs.
WSG GIFT MEMBERSHIP|MORE THAN JUST A GIFT...
The holiday season is quickly approaching, and you may have wondered what to offer that wine-loving person in your life. Why not offer them a one-year wine education experience with a WSG membership?
MEMBER WEBINAR |NIEDERÖSTERREICH (LOWER AUSTRIA) : DANUBE WINES with ANDREAS WICKHOFF MW
Niederösterreich is Austria’s largest province and also its biggest wine growing region for “Qualitätswein”. This province is home to the most famous Grüner Veltliners and Rieslings from the country but is known for much more than these two precious grapes.
BLOG | EVER HOTTER : A QUICK LOOK AT THE 2020 FRENCH WINE HARVEST
2020: a global pandemic unfolds chaotically across a planet experiencing runaway climate change. Both challenges have directly affected French wine growers, with trade tariffs imposed by the USA on European winegrowers forming a third stress-inducing headwind.