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Italian Wine Scholar – Unit One

The Italian Wine Scholar Unit 1 covers the regions in Northern Italy, from Valle d'Aosta to Friuli Venezia Giulia, down…

The Italian Wine Scholar Unit 1 covers the regions in Northern Italy, from Valle d'Aosta to Friuli Venezia Giulia, down to Emilia Romagna and everything in between. The course covers Italian wine law, grape varieties and their organoleptic profiles, viticulture, winemaking, wine industry trends and economics and all DOCs and DOCGs with their regulations, wine styles and specificities. This core body of knowledge is important whether you sell wine, buy wine or teach about wine. The Italian Wine Scholar Program Unit One covers Italian wine law, grape varieties and their organoleptic profiles, viticulture, winemaking, wine industry trends and economics and all DOCs and DOCGs with their regulations, wine styles and specificities. This core body of knowledge is important whether you sell wine, buy wine or teach about wine. Unit One covers: • Foundation • Valle d’Aosta, Lombardia • Liguria, Emilia-Romagna • Piemonte (northern Piemonte & Monferrato) • Piemonte (alba) • Trentino, Alto Adige • Veneto • Friuli Venezia Giulia

Italian Wine Scholar – Unit One

The Italian Wine Scholar Unit 1 covers the regions in Northern Italy, from Valle d'Aosta to Friuli Venezia Giulia, down to Emilia Romagna and everything in between. The course covers Italian wine law, grape varieties and their organoleptic profiles, viticulture, winemaking, wine industry trends and economics and all DOCs and DOCGs with their regulations, wine styles and specificities. This core body of knowledge is important whether you sell wine, buy wine or teach about wine. The Italian Wine Scholar Program Unit One covers Italian wine law, grape varieties and their organoleptic profiles, viticulture, winemaking, wine industry trends and economics and all DOCs and DOCGs with their regulations, wine styles and specificities. This core body of knowledge is important whether you sell wine, buy wine or teach about wine. Unit One covers: • Foundation • Valle d’Aosta, Lombardia • Liguria, Emilia-Romagna • Piemonte (northern Piemonte & Monferrato) • Piemonte (alba) • Trentino, Alto Adige • Veneto • Friuli Venezia Giulia

Wine Rocks! Take it from a Geologist

The concept of "terroir" is tossed around a lot these days. But what is it, and does it really matter?…

The concept of "terroir" is tossed around a lot these days. But what is it, and does it really matter? This seminar seeks to delve deeper into an aspect of terroir: geology and soil. Osvaldo Pascolini, resident Sommelier and Geologist, will address: 1)Geology, Soil, Grape varietal and Wine quality: are they related? 2)Geology and Soil as Wine Quality Factors 3)Different Geology, unique Wines Students will have a chance to taste through some pairs of wines from grapes that are otherwise similarly situated, but grown on different soils

Wine Rocks! Take it from a Geologist

The concept of "terroir" is tossed around a lot these days. But what is it, and does it really matter? This seminar seeks to delve deeper into an aspect of terroir: geology and soil. Osvaldo Pascolini, resident Sommelier and Geologist, will address: 1)Geology, Soil, Grape varietal and Wine quality: are they related? 2)Geology and Soil as Wine Quality Factors 3)Different Geology, unique Wines Students will have a chance to taste through some pairs of wines from grapes that are otherwise similarly situated, but grown on different soils