Course Description

Course Description The world of wine has tremendously evolved from 4100 B.C when the first ancient winery was believed to have been set-up in Armenia. With industry knowledge and expertise, we have curated a program that enables you to rapidly develop your palate and knowledge, whether you aim to become a professional in the industry or learn the fundamentals for your own personal satisfaction. This course is an introduction to wine for hospitality industry employees or enthusiasts. Your learning experience will cover history of wine, winemaking, wine producing regions of the world, grape and wine varieties, wine tasting, wine and food pairing, and wine service. Classes include wine tasting labs that focus on developing sensory evaluation skills, and varietal identification. .

Course Objectives At the end of the course, the learners will be equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge on:
a) Wine and the winemaking process
b) The history and evolution of wine
c) Major wine grape varieties
d) Winemaking regions of the world
e) Worldwide regional designations of wine
f) Evaluation of wine for distinguishable flavor and aroma characteristics
g) Proper wine service temperatures
h) Professional Wine Service
i) Wine pairing
j) Evaluation wine for quality

Course Duration

  • Duration: 6 days (5 hours per day)

Course Intake

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Entry Requirements

Entry Requirements
  • 18 years of age and above
  • No prior wine experience required
  • No minimum academic requirements applicable
  • English proficiency


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