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    Detailed Curriculum

    Detailed Curriculum

    The core curriculum (the 9 recorded weminars listed below) is taught by lead-instructor, Matthew Stubbs, Master of Wine:

    • Webinar 1: Setting the Stage: An Introduction to the Region and its History
    • Webinar 2: Rocks, Sun, Winds and Waves: Geology and Climate
    • Webinar 3: The Players in the Game: Grapes and Winemaking
    • Webinar 4: AOC Languedoc: Fifty shades of Grès
    • Webinar 5: Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Languedoc AOCs
    • Webinar 6: The Atlantic Corridor: Go West Young Man
    • Webinar 7: IGP: Artiste
    • Webinar 8: The Dry Reds of Roussillon: CdR and CdR Villages, Collioure
    • Webinar 9: Vins Douxs Naturels: The Rolling Stones of the Languedoc-Roussillon

    These 9 lectures were last updated May 2016

    A panel of distinguished guest lecturers will present very different sides to the multi-faceted Languedoc-Roussillon wines in the lectures listed below:

    • Webinar #10: The Languedoc-Roussillon Challenge
      with Andrew Jefford
    • Webinar #12: Tradition and Transition
      with Rosemary George, Master of Wine
    • Webinar #12: Languedoc-Roussillon at the Table
      with Dominique Laporte, Meilleur Sommelier de France (Best Sommelier of France), Meilleur Ouvrier de France
    • Webinar #13: Cultural Languedoc-Roussillon
      with Jessica Pool and Eric Aracil
    • Webinar #14: Wine Styles of the Languedoc-Roussillon
      with Jay Youmans, Master of Wine

    Want to learn more? Download the list of the 14 thematic lectures with their detailed abstracts.

     

    1.     Setting the Stage: An Introduction to the Region and its History

    2.     Rocks, Sun, Winds and Waves: Geology and Climate

    3.     The Players in the Game: Grapes and Winemaking

    4.     AOC Languedoc: Fifty shades of Grès

    5.     Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Languedoc AOCs

    6.     The Atlantic Corridor: Go West Young Man

    7.     IGP: Artiste

    8.     The Dry Reds of Roussillon: CdR and CdR Villages, Collioure

    9.     Vins Douxs Naturels: The Rolling Stones of the Languedoc-Roussillon

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