Certifications

Certifications

What is WSET?

Wine & Spirit Education Trust

WSET has been the principal supplier of qualifications in Wine and Spirits at a worldwide level, since 1969.

WSET qualifications are recognized as an international standard, both at the wine industry level, and amateurs as well.

Get more details at: www.wsetglobal.com

WSET 1

Directed to:

Professionals of the wine industry, an also interested amateurs.
For those beginners and intermediate people who wish to explore the field of wine and spirits.

At the end of the course you will be able to:

  • Identify the main types and styles of wine.
  • Know the different varieties of wine grapes, and their characteristics.
  • To store and serve wine correctly.
  • To know the principles of wine and food pairing.

The course includes:

  • 10 wines tasted.
  • Study book.
  • Qualification of the exam.
  • WSET-1 Certification (in case of passing the exam).
  • Commemorative Pin (also in case of passing the exam)

Place

Culinary Art School – Tijuana

Requirements

18 years of age, or more.

For more information please contact:

contacto@culinaryartschool.edu.mx
Phone: (664) 622-9034.

WSET 2

Directed to

Professionals of the wine industry, an also interested amateurs.
For those beginners and intermediate people who wish to explore the field of wine and spirits.

Objective

Provide a practical introduction to the world of wine.

Modules

  • How the wine is made.
  • Factors that influence the style of wines.
  • Producing regions and typical grape varieties.
  • Label information.
  • Production of sparkling and sweet wines.
  • Categories of fortified wines and spirits.
  • Wine and food pairing.
  • Final overview and evaluation.

At the end of the course, the student will be able to:

  • Describe the wines according to the systematic techniques of wine tasting.
  • How the wine is made.
  • Factors that influence the style of wines.
  • Main regions of wine production in the world.
  • Main grape varieties for white and red wines.
  • Production of sparkling and sweet wines.
  • Label information.
  • Fortified wines, and spirits.
  • Food and wine pairing.

Place

Ambrosía in CDMX
3 sessions

Date

May 13 to 15
Exam May 17
Deadline to register – April 29

Place

Culinary Art School in Tijuana
3 sessions

Date

May 20 to 23
Exam May 30
Deadline to register – April 29

Requirements

18 years of age, or more

For more information, please contact:

contacto@culinaryartschool.edu.mx
Phone: (664) 622-9034.

French Wine Scholar

Directed to

To all personnel working in enterprises related with the wine sector and other beverages:

  • Amateurs who wish to increase their knowledge in the wines and wine producing regions of France.
  • Importers and distributors of wine.
  • Sommeliers.
  • Sellers and Traders in specialized stores, and supermarkets.
  • Personnel in wineries.
  • Personnel in restaurants, hotels, clubs, wine stores, etc..
  • Enologists.
  • Teachers.
  • Journalists.

Introduction to France

  • Viticulture.
  • Wine making.
  • History.
  • North of France: Alsace, Champagne, Jura, Savoie, Burgundy and Loire Valley.
  • South of France: Bordeaux, Rhone Valley, Languedoc-Rousillon, Southwest, Provence and Corsica.

Place

Culinary Art School – Tijuana

For additional information please contact:

contacto@culinaryartschool.edu.mx
Phone: (664) 622-9034.

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