As wine is now one of the most popular alcoholic drinks, demand has risen for professionals who serve wine properly. Understanding correct serving practices and demonstrating detailed knowledge of the different types of wine is important if you want to deliver a high standard of service to your customers. The Introduction to Wine Course will provide you with the skills to serve wine properly, show you how to taste wine and teach you what wines compliment specific foods.
Our Restaurant Introduction to Wine Course is broken down into 3 easy to follow modules:
The Wine Production Process - In this section of the course you will learn about the entire winemaking process – from planting the grape vines all the way through to bottling the wine.
Grape Varietals - The type of grapes that are used to produce wine will have a significant impact on how it tastes and looks. Here you will learn about the most common grape varietals, and the wines that they produce.
Serving Wine - Now that you have a background understanding of wine and how it is made, we will show you what to look for in a wine tasting, how to serve wine correctly and which wines to pair with various menu items.
This course is presented in easy to follow units, with Test Your Knowledge sections that allow you to check your understanding. At the end of the course you will need to complete and pass a multiple-choice assessment to obtain your certificate.
Duration and Time Limit
The course can be completed in approximately 1 – 2 hours, although there is no time limit and you can do the course at your own pace.
After finishing the course and successful completion of the final assessment you can download a PDF certificate, which is fully accredited by the Institute of Hospitality.
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Our training courses are written and managed by hospitality professionals with many years’ experience in their field. You will be learning from the best and you will come away from your training inspired by mentors who understand your aspirations and requirements.
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All our courses are fully compatible with PC’s, Mac’s, Laptop, Tablet and Smartphone devices.
We know that more and more people are using the web whilst they are on the move, so we have designed our courses to be fully compatible across tablet and smartphone devices. You will be able to access the same content from the course, just over a 3G or 4G network whilst on the move.
Who is this course for?
Our introduction to Wine course is suitable for anyone who is has an interest in this wonderful drink. Additionally, it is also perfect for hospitality professionals with no wine experience and who are keen to gain a thorough understanding of the types of wine and how to serve it correctly. You also may be an experienced professional such as a waiter or waitress who would like to enhance your knowledge.
There are on entry requirements for this course.
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