Wine Lover online course
What you'll learn
- How to taste, drink and store wine correctly.
- How to read wine labels from different countries.
- How to choose good wine.
- Wines from France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Portugal, and New World.
- Main grape varieties and the difference between them.
- What affects wine quality and price.
- What is so particular about expensive French and Italian wines.
- Get the lists of the best producers of all wine discussed.
- Improve your wine consumption and save money on wine.
- Learn what glasses and wine gadgets to buy.
- No requirements, this course is designed for beginners.
Want to know more about wine but getting bored with wine magazines and listening to sommeliers? You are at the right place. Being a fan of infographics and system-based approach I made this course as easy as possible. Structured, short and sweet. Extremely cool for beginners.
This course is about wine basics, grape varieties and countries.
80% of all wines in the world are made from 20 major grape varieties. It is enough to know the main ones to choose good wine. We study 6 main whites, 5 main reds, and 5 sparkling wines.
You will have a profile for each variety: color, aromas, characteristics, regions and producers, food paring, similar varieties.
We will briefly discuss France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Portugal, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, USA, Argentina, and Chile.
You will learn how to read the wine labels of these countries, get essential and structured information about regions and wines that you should definitely try. A list of producers is attached, of course.
You will finally understand what is so particular in expensive French and Italian wines. And if there is any difference between Old and New Worlds.
Welcome on board and let's begin. Cheers!
Who this course is for:
- Wine lovers who are passionate about wine and want to make their wine consumption more diverse and structured.
I’m a wine expert and the founder of Taste&Talk company. We do wine meet ups: tastings, blind tastings, quizzes, corporate events.
I went to a wine school and I’ve tasted I think more than 3000 different wines. I've been to many wineries and wine places.
Being a fan of infographics and system-based approach I tried to make my courses as easy as possible. Structured, short and sweet.
My aim is to give you only practical information, to show you how the world of wine is designed. To give you a map and a compass so you can easily find your own way in the world of wine.