November Monthly Bulletin | Our tours are filling fast and last chance to register for Bourgogne Master-Level
Plus details of next year's instructor-led sessions
NOVEMBER MONTHLY BULLETIN
2022 WSG WINE TOURS|FILLING UP FAST
Thank you to everyone who has already registered for our trips for next year. As a result most of our tours are now sold out. Don't miss your chance to save one of the last seats available for Catalonia (May 2022) and Sicily (Jun 2022).
NEW BOURGOGNE MASTER-LEVEL|LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER!
Led by a team of Bourgogne experts and endorsed by the Bourgogne Wine Board (BIVB) this six-month program starting TODAY will take you deep into one of the world’s richest, most complex wine regions.
NEXT INSTRUCTOR-LED SESSIONS| GET READY FOR 2022!
The dates given below are when our next sessions begin - click on the pins to start your next wine adventure!
French Wine Scholar
Italian Wine Scholar
Spanish Wine Scholar
Nov 9, 2021
Unit 1 - Jan 25 Unit 2 - Mar 3
WSG PROGRAMS | FIND A PROGRAM PROVIDER
Our school network now has 100 Program Providers in 30 countries around the world! Find an Approved Program Provider near you for live classroom instruction with extensive tutored tasting.
CSWS| New Session Announced
Registration has just opened for a new January session of the extremely successful Certified Sherry Wine Specialist® (CSWS) certification program, don't wait to save your seat.
BLOG | Italian Vintage Chart, from 2010 to 2019
Wine Scholar Guild is proud to provide our readers with vintage and harvest reports for some of Italy’s most famous regions, from 2010 onward. This in-depth report, compiled by Italian wine specialist Tom Hyland, will be updated each year.
BLOG | Vine to Wine: A Year of Viti/Vini - October
In October, most areas of the northern hemisphere are in harvest and going full out. Many white varieties finish in early October. Although some reds may have started harvest in September, generally, October is the month when most red varieties are picked.
The November edition is coming soon: subscribe to the blog updates to be notified as soon as the next Vine to Wine blog is posted.
BLOG|The Architecture of Taste: Research Begins
On the 6th of September 2021, Wine Scholar Guild hosted the first large-scale blind-tasting panel as part of The Architecture of Taste Research Project. Find out the details of the tasting went and how the wines were evaluated...
MEMBER WEBINAR | Discover the Secrets Behind “Appassimento", Italy’s Art of Drying Wine Grapes with JC Viens
A very ancient wine production method probably used by the Phoenicians and certainly by the Greeks, the Italians have raised it to an art form producing today some of the world’s most alluring wines.