Tagged with "wine education"
Jennifer Simonetti-Bryan is fast rising as one of media’s best featured “go to” experts on wine and spirits. She holds the world’s top wine title (MW), has trained thousands in the industry and judges in international wine and spirits competitions.
Lucy Stevenson from the Wine & Spirit Education Trust explains that wine courses start with WSET Level 1 – which requires no prior knowledge in wine. The WSET runs courses in over 500 centres around the world and many members of the general public as well as wine professionals have enjoyed learning about wine here. [...]
I caught up with the irrepressible Nathan Nolan at the Foodies Festival at Hampton Court recently. I asked him to try and explain the region of Provence in 60 seconds, and I reckon he did a pretty good job!
I was asked recently by my new friends (and Mirabeau stockists) CellarVie Wines whether I would answer a few questions about rosé. So here are their questions and my answers…
Stephen interviews Chris Elkins, a qualified Wine Specialist from the Salisbury branch of Waitrose. Chris explains to Stephen the role of the Wine Specialist, how they are trained and most importantly, how they can help Waitrose customers with their wine purchasing decisions.
If you’ve ever wanted to do a foundation course on wine but weren’t sure where to go – well this is the place. Actually, you don’t even necessarily have to go there as you could start with the ‘Make Time for Wine Online Course’. The WSET was set up to train the wine trade, but [...]
Here I interview Andrew Shaw the Wine Buying Manager at Waitrose to find our more about what makes Waitrose so special and why it wins so many wine retailing awards. Waitrose differentiates itself from other large wine retailers and because of this I was keen to have Waitrose as a launch partner for Mirabeau.
There are plenty of wine courses available for the general public and here Angela gives us some details of the best two (website addresses are given at the end of the video).
Here Stephen meets up with Angela Muir who explains what an MW (or Master of Wine) actually is.