SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

WineSmarts II will be offered for the first time at AWS 2022 Bellevue Washington Conference

Open to a limited number of Super Tasting I graduates!

Wine Smarts II is open to all who passed Super Tasting I as a continuation of the series.  This course will dive deeper into various winemaking processes, as well as exploring an overview of how climate and terroir affect growing regions and resulting wines.  Acquire a more in-depth ability to evaluate the nineteen wines covered in this course through blind tastings and fun, interactive learning challenges.  Gain the skills and knowledge to make smarter, more confident wine purchases for your cellar or while dining out through label and wine list analysis.  Take food and wine pairing to the next level by evaluating, comparing and contrasting flavors. This course includes a certificate for passing the final Exam, which would come in handy (required) when a level III is added to this series! Perspective students wishing to bypass WineSmarts I can email qualifications (i.e. WSET, CSW, WSG) for consideration to directoreducation@americanwinesociety.org

Date: Thursday, October 27, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Cost: $150 per person, payable in advance, limited seating.
Your lunch can be included for an additional $30. Sign up early to ensure your spot!

Click here to register

For more information contact directoreducation@americanwinesociety.org

 

 

WineSmarts I (formerly Super Tasting) is now accepting registrations

WineSmarts I is entering its sixth year as an American Wine Society (AWS) wine education course. Originally called Super Tasting, this course is an entertaining and interactive way to explore the basics of how wine is made, and to learn to taste and evaluate wines with the Wine Aroma Wheel using some principal wine varieties. The course includes some background information on where the grapes are grown, flavor profiles and region highlights from old and new world counterparts. Eighteen wines will be covered in this course, including flavor profiles and region highlights. As a bonus, the course also covers the basics of food and wine pairing and includes a certificate for passing the final Exam.

Date: Thursday, October 27, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Cost: $150 per person, payable in advance, limited seating.
Your lunch can be included for an additional $30. Sign up early to ensure your spot!

Click here to register

For more information contact directoreducation@americanwinesociety.org

 

 

We look forward to having you venture with us into the fascinating and fun world of wine!