Level 3 – WSET® Award in Wine – Distance learning, examination 21st November 2024 – Registration closes 30th September 2024

CHF 1'380.00

Included in the course:

  • Course material (WSET® Level 3 in Wines Study Pack)
  • On Sunday, the 6th of Oktober 2024 from 09:00 till 12:00 – Introduction to the course and the examination, which includes the blind tasting and the theory examination. (Mandatory participation in this course day!)
  • Access to our Study-Support Website for the duration of the course
  • on the 21st of November 2024 the WSET® examination on our premises

We suggest that your order the Vinovae “tasting kit“, iby following the Link. – the registration code for Vinovae will be sent to you on completion of the registration process.

Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us

The examination will take place: The Beverage Institute,  Mittelstrasse 14c, 2502 Biel / Bienne

Please note that you are expected to complete the course and the exam on the specified date. If you are unable to take the exam on the specified date, you must provide a medical certificate before the exam date.
After submitting the medical certificate, you will have six months to take the exam (Level 3 – WSET® qualification in Wines).

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Description

WHo Should attend?
The course is open to students who hold the WSET® Level 2 Award in Wines or can demonstrate the equivalent knowledge. It is strongly recommended that students complete the WSET® Level 2 Award in Wines before progressing to the Level 3 Award in Wines.
How will you benefit?
The WSET® Level 3 Award in Wines is designed to give a thorough understanding of the factors that account for the style, quality and price of the principal still, sparkling and fortified wines of the world. The qualification will assist those who are required to make professional evaluations of wines with regards to their style, quality and price. The qualification provides the in-depth product knowledge required to underping job skills and competencies, for example in product selection in the retail and hospitality sectors. Successful candidates will be able to describe the characteristics of the principal wines of the world and give information on the key factors influencing style, quality and price. They will consequently be in a position to advise management, to answer customer queries authoritatively, and to make informed selections of wines in a variety of situations.
Outline programme
Unit 1 – Wines of the World
  • Production of Wine (location, viticulture, vinification, maturation and bottling, labelling regulations)
  • France, Italy, Spain & Portugal
  • Bordeaux and South-West of France
  • Germany, Central and South Eastern Europe
  • South Africa
  • Australia and New Zealand
  • North, South and Central America
  • Sparkling Wines of the World
  • Liqueur (fortified) Wines
  • Information and advice for customers and staff
Unit 2 – Wine Tasting
  • Systematic Approach to Tasting – how to taste wines and evaluate the quality, style and price
To gain the Level 3 qualification, candidates will be required to: Successfully complete: Unit 1
  • a multiple choice paper of 50 questions
  • a question paper requiring short written answers
Unit 2
  • an internally set and assessed blind tasting of two wines
(Course material, instruction and WSET® examination in the English language) (N.B. if you are not sure, contact us, so that we can help you choose the course level according to your needs and objectives). Please note that you are expected to complete the course and the exam on the specified date. If you are unable to take the exam on the specified date, you must provide a medical certificate before the exam date. After submitting the medical certificate, you will have six months to take the exam (Level 3 – WSET® qualification in Wines).