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WSET Level 2 Award in Wine

WSET Level 2 Award in Wine

Enjoy your time in the East Midlands newest Sparkling Wine Estate learning all about wines as part of WSET Level 2.

Let Amanda of Defining Wines take you to the next level of the wonderful world of wines and gain your level 2 qualification in Award in Wines, all in the beautiful setting of the Hanwell Wine Estate.

A 3 day course

Sunday 20th, 27th January and 3rd February 9:30am – 4:30pm (all 3 dates must be attended to qualify)

£385.00 including materials, refreshments, lunch and vineyard tour.

Have you ever wanted to know more about the wonderful world of wines? Hanwell Wine Estate offers the ideal setting and surroundings for you to gain your WSET Level 2 qualification, what better way than in a vineyard! Our full qualified teacher Amanda Rowley has an infectious passion for wine and will share with you her knowledge, experience and prepare you for your assessment to gain your qualification.

To book please email your name, phone number and choice of date to or call her on 07710 285566

By the end of your training you will have learnt:

How wine is madeWhat factors influence wine styleThe key white and black grape varieties and their characteristicsThe important wine-producing regions of the world in which these grapes are grownLabel terminologyThe production of sparkling sweet and fortified winesHow to describe wine using the WSET Level 2 Systematic Approach to Tasting Wine (SAT)Food and wine paring principles

This qualification has a minimum requirement of 28 hours of study time, followed by a closed-book exam of 50 multiple-choice questions. Candidates will be notified of results 2 weeks after assessment.

PLEASE NOTE – You do not have to have done Level 1 to do Level 2. You can go straight to level 2 and miss 1 out. Alternatively if you can’t commit to the 3 day course and prefer 1 day then join us for Level 1.

The workshop is the ideal starting point for people who have an interest in wine, wine enthusiasts and people in the food service industry.

What is the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) ?

Established in 1969, WSET is the world’s leading provider of qualification in wine and spirits, and is recognised as the international standard by both the industry and enthusiasts.

Why attend a course at Hanwell Wine Estate ? …

Hanwell Wine Estate has teamed up with Defining Wines to bring such a rare opportunity in the UK to be able to learn in the actual environment where the grapes are growing, and then be able to taste the wines. At Hanwell Wine estate we embody the passion and belief that is both inspiring and infectious – a fantastic environment for learning.

Amanda’s courses are both fun and informative – whether you just want to learn more about wine with a Level 1 course, or want to take that knowledge further with Level 2 .

About Amanda Rowley – WSET-Dip

Amanda is the Training Director of Defining Wine Ltd, a company specialising in Wine Events and Education she started with her business partner and fellow wine lover, Andrew Rickwood in 2015.

Defining Wine is an Approved Programme Provider for the prestigious Wine and Spirit Education Trust and in 2017, Amanda successfully took over 200 delegates through WSET courses, starting from complete novices at level 1 through to industry professionals at Level 3. Spending 5 years working through the WSET qualification she gained her Diploma in Wines & Spirit then became an accredited trainer with WSET. In addition to running WSET courses, Amanda spends times travelling around the world, visiting wine regions (it’s a hard job, but someone’s got to do it!) and is a judge on the International Wine and Spirits Competition panel.

Event details

Date Sunday 20 January 2019
Time 09:30am to 4:30pm
Event type Wine course
Cost £385 per person
Booking required? Yes
Venue details Hanwell Wine Estate , Melton Road, Hickling Pastures, LE14 3QG, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom