STUDENT PASS RATES
- Pass with Distinction 25%
- Pass with Merit 50%
- Pass 25%
- Overall pass rate 100%
“The course is essential for those working with wine on a daily basis and helps recommend wines with confidence.”Ashima
“Great course, excellent tutor and some lovely wines”Iain
“Great lessons, informative yet informal. Great atmosphere.”Adam
WSET provides best-in-class education and qualifications to inspire and empower the world’s wine and spirits professionals and enthusiasts. WSET qualifications are globally recognised as the international standard in wine and spirit knowledge. They are designed for those who are just starting out in their careers, as well as established professionals, and the many enthusiasts who have a passion for wines and spirits. The Wine Service Trainer is one of two companies in Hertfordshire that can teach and issue WSET Qualifications.
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Who is WSET level 1 for?
What you'll learn?
- The main types and styles of wine
- Common wine grapes and their characteristics
- How to store and serve wine
- The principles of food and wine pairing
- How to describe wine using the WSET Level 1 Systematic Approach to Tasting Wine® (SAT)
What does the exam involve?
What is the entry requirements?
Dates for next course?
Our next level 1 course is at Oaklands College in St Alabsn on the 9th July. If you would like more information, get in touch here.
Who is WSET level 2 for?
What you'll learn?
- How wine is made
- What factors influence wine style
- The key white and black grape varieties and their characteristics
- The important wine-producing regions of the world in which these grapes are grown
- The production of sparkling, sweet, and fortified wines
- Label terminology
- Food and wine pairing principles
- The principal categories of spirits and liqueurs, and how they are made
- How to describe wine using the WSET Level 2 Systematic Approach to Tasting Wine® (SAT)