Wine Education – WSET Level 2 – Course Guide

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In this video I take you through WSET Level 2 helping you understand what to expect if you are thinking about taking the course

For individuals seeking a core understanding of wines, this qualification explores the major grape varieties and important wine regions in which they are grown. You’ll learn about the styles of wines produced from these grapes as well as key classifications and labelling terminology. A basic overview of the key categories of spirits and liqueurs will also be provided.

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