A two-day weekend course will help you understand the wines and choose the right drinks in the stores. You will get acquainted with the concept of terroir, find out what wine to choose for youre dish, get a tasting experience and learn how to correctly serve the wine.
Academy of Sommelier Mozart Wine House and East European Sommeliers and Experts Association invite you to a professional course of sommelier. This course is an ideal way to study for those who start meeting with the world of drinks and need to systematize knowledge for using them in their carrier and personal grow.
Academy of sommelier Mozart Wine House and East European Sommeliers and Experts Association invite you for Review Course of Fundamentals about Wine and Culture “WINE WEEKEND”. The Review Course is for amateurs who begin the acquaintance to wine.
19 and 20 January 2019 at the Academy of sommeliers Mozart Wine House held another wine weekend. The history of world winemaking, mysterious France, brilliant Italy, unique wines of the New World, and of course, all ended with a bright and diverse tasting.
With the support of the East European Sommeliers and Experts Association Academy of Sommelier Mozart Wine House started training at the basic course for sommelier. Wine industry employees and those who want to become them have already mastered the first steps in obtaining knowledge.
The Academy of Sommelier Mozart Wine House has completed a professional intensive sommeliers course! We congratulate our colleagues on successful study and exams! During the training, students got acquainted with the main wine regions of the world, studied the theory of tasting and reinforced it with the daily practice!
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War is over. After years of controversy and division, Barolo’s new faces have established peace between modernism and tradition, and their focus is now in the vineyard, not the winery. By Tiziano Gaia...
Bordeaux specialist Pierre Le Hong makes a name for himself in the region by producing detailed, digital maps of prized vineyards. Most of them start out with a bird’s eye view high above Europe, closing in first on France, then on Bordeaux, then on whichever appellation is in the spotlight. The different vineyard plots are detailed, usually with their soil type and grape plantings in different colours and shown from a variety of angles that make clear that the Médoc isn’t nearly so flat as is usually believed.