March Monthly Bulletin | The Science of Wine Tasting
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MARCH MONTHLY BULLETIN
SCIENCE OF WINE TASTING|NEXT SEGMENT STARTS MAR 14
The strength of an experienced wine taster is knowledge of self and his or her senses. In this three-part series, Gabriel Lepousez will explore cutting-edge research in sensory perception so that wine professionals may describe wine with precise and communicable descriptors, discover the strengths and weaknesses of brain sensory processes, and learn to combine both analytical, global and emotional approaches to wine tasting so that all “viewing angles” enrich and empower their wine analysis.
SEE & READ THESE OTHER GREAT RESOURCES BY GABRIEL LEPOUSEZ...
Free Webinar: The Science of Wine Tasting: Bridging Enology to Perception
Blog: On the “Predatory” Influence of our Eyes on the Taste of Wine
ITALIAN WINE SCHOLAR UNIT 2 |STARTING ONLINE MAR 3
Ready to master Italian wines? Our next IWS Unit 2 online instructor-led session starts on Mar 3.
Embark in the most advanced, comprehensive, and up-to-date Italian wine course available with the Italian Wine Scholar Program.
NEXT INSTRUCTOR-LED SESSIONS| WHERE WILL YOUR NEXT WINE JOURNEY TAKE YOU?
Our next online instructor-led sessionsare about to start... Get a head start!
Register now and gaininstant accessto online study materials and ane-bookversion of the study manual, followed shortlyby yourcoursebook.
French Wine Scholar
Italian Wine Scholar
Spanish Wine Scholar
Unit 1 - Jun 9 Unit 2 - Mar 3
WSG PROGRAMS | FIND YOUR CLASSROOM
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.
MEMBER WEBINAR | Riesling: Germany’s Global Grape with Valerie Kathawala
In this webinar, we will briefly examine the origins of Riesling, trace its early spread through Germany, then zero in on the surprising range of regions where it thrives today. We will also uncover what makes Riesling so well-suited to such a wild array of climates, soil types, trellising styles, and winemaking approaches.
BLOG | Best restaurants for your Champagne wine tour
Most wine lovers live to eat, so at best wine tourism is also a gastrotourism. The restaurant scene is Champagne is not quite as bubbly as the name suggests, but thanks to champagne houses’ entertaining and champagne tourism, the region has many fine restaurants.