My Wine Education – Studying with the WSET

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In this video I provide a brief background on my wine education and my studies with the Wine and Spirit Education Trust WSET from level one through to level three.

Links below to the schools I studied with

http://www.westlondonwineschool.com/
http://www.thamesvalleywineschool.com/

I achieved the following grades:
Level 1 – Pass
Level 2 – Pass with Distinction
Level 3 – Pass with Merit

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The World Atlas of Wine – https://geni.us/atlaswine
Wine Folly – https://geni.us/winefolly
The Oxford Companion to Wine – https://geni.us/oxfordwine

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