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Become a master in the wines of France

  • Starts Apr 29
  • 930 US dollars
  • Asheville Location

Available spots

Service Description

What Includes: French Wine Scholar Study Pack Book In-person instruction from a FWS certified course educator All essential course wines & tasting glasses Access to recorded Zoom sessions and to educator through the sessions Exam fees Certificate & lapel pin 1-year access to the French Wine Scholar Guild online study program for class preparation and review The French Wine Scholar™ education program is the most advanced, comprehensive, and up-to-date French wine course available. The syllabus takes a regional approach and discusses all French wine appellations and the factors that shape their identities. The program provides committed students of wine with an unparalleled set of study tools that are designed to maximize learning and boost knowledge retention. This is a hybrid course. We will meet over 20 hours of classroom instruction with tutored tasting taught by approved instructor. Classes will be 2 times a week 1pm-3pm and one live session for tasting, review and exam. Student is responsible for picking up or coordinating shipping for their wine samples. April 29 via Zoom 1pm-3pm April 30 via Zoom 1pm-3pm May 6 via Zoom 1pm-3pm May 7 via Zoom 1pm-3pm May 13 via Zoom 1pm-3pm May 20 via Zoom 1pm-3pm May 21 via Zoom 1pm-3pm May 27 via Zoom 1pm-3pm May 28- June 2- Self Study Time June 3- In person class in Asheville and Exam noon-5pm Exam Closed-book exam of 100 multiple-choice questions to be completed within 60 minutes. You need a score of 75 or higher. Candidates scoring 85-90 pass with Honors. Candidates scoring 91-100 pass with Highest Honors. Entry Requirements You must be at least 21 years of age to attend the course and to participate in any alcohol tasting.

Contact Details

  • 25 Page Avenue, Asheville, NC, USA

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