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Tag: WSET

What does it take to become a master sommelier?Step one is to become a sommelier. To non-industry people, it probably sounds like a neat excuse to get paid for drinking-okay, maybe it is. Master Sommeliers take particular pride in their work. It is well warranted. They are a great deal more than a well-informed drinking […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) Whether you’re a professional tasting for work or an enthusiast tasting for pleasure, the new Wine and Spirit Education Trust (WSET) Tasting Notes app is a quick and simple tool to help you create structured and consistent wine tasting notes.The free app, available through iTunes and Google Play, is created by the Wine […]

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U.S. IS FASTEST GROWTH MARKET FOR WINE AND SPIRIT EDUCATION— Wine & Spirit Education Trust Set to Expand U.S. Presence with New Dedicated Team —  LONDON, U.K. (August 3, 2017) – New figures from the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) reveal that demand for wine, spirits and sake education is higher than ever as the consumer trend […]

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All the tv shows and movies featuring arch rival the Court of Master Sommeliers (CMS) seems to be having an effect. The Wine & Spirits Education Trust (WSET) has hired Wagstaff Worldwide, a multinational PR firm.I wonder how a nonprofit education company can afford a billion-dollar PR firm? Guess sommelier certification is big business.They aren’t […]

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Masters of Wine ExamThis is the actual exam given to MW candidates in 2017. For information regarding WSET certification, please check out our Wine and Spirit Education Trust page.Masters of Wine Theory Paper #1THE PRODUCTION OF WINE – PART 1 (Viticulture)(THREE questions to be answered, ONE from Section A and TWO from Section B)Section A1. […]

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Soave Classico: Italian Wine Basics Italy is a country formed of 20 administrative regions, among which many DOC and DOCG areas can be distinguished, often overlapping one another across regional boundaries. Despite this, three administrative regions produce so many quality wines that they have become kinds of wine regions, too. They are Tuscany, Piedmont, and […]

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