WSET Level 1 in Wine
An introduction to wine certified by the WSET awarding body.
- 8 hr8 hours
- 175 British pounds£175
1 Name the main parts of a grape and what they contain. 2 Name the key stages in the annual cycle of grape growing and know what happens during ripening. 3 Name and define different grape-growing climates and state how they can affect the characteristics of grapes. 4 List the requirements for and the products of alcoholic fermentation. 5 Name and correctly order the key stages in the production of still white, red and rosé wines. 6 Name and define the types of wine and the characteristics that contribute to their styles. 7 Name the principal grape varieties and identify the characteristics and styles of their wines. 8 Identify and relate examples of wines from principal grape varieties to the grape varieties, types, characteristics and styles of wines. 9 Identify and relate other examples of wines to the types, characteristics and styles of wines. 10 Identify and define the ideal conditions for storing and methods for preserving wine. 11 Identify the recommended service temperature description for the principal types and styles of wine. 12 State the correct procedures for opening and serving wine. 13 Identify the principal food and wine interactions and recognise the effect they typically have on a wine.