Sommelier Society of America
The First Wine Education Organization

Advanced Tasting Workshops

Workshops are designed to further the students’ knowledge of wine through tasting and discussions. Each workshop will focus on a specific topic and all wines are tasted blind. Students will learn from experts such as certified sommeliers, viticulturist, winemakers and notable authors. 

ADVANCED TASTING WORKSHOPS

NEXT WORKSHOP |  May 6-10, 2019

Choose your own adventure!

Workshops are designed to further the students’ knowledge of wine through tasting and discussions. Each workshop will focus on a specific topic and all wines are tasted blind. Students will learn from experts such as certified sommeliers, viticulturist, winemakers and notable authors. 

Depending on the topic, workshops can range from 1-5 days, typically two hours per session. Select workshops will culminate in a written and blind tasting exam so we can evaluate each student’s progress and recommend next steps. This is not a certificate course. 

Students can prepare for these exercises by referring to the SSA Deductive Tasting Format.

All workshops are designed by Dylan York, SSA Principal. For more information please contact us at info@sommeliersocietyofamerica.org

WHO SHOULD TAKE THESE WORKSHOPS? 

  • Graduates* of the Sommelier Society of America’s Certificate program

  • Students pursuing certifications through other guilds such as the Court of Master Sommeliers and WSET. 

  • Wine collectors 

  • Industry professionals and those who have taken previous SSA workshops. 

WHAT A WORKSHOP CAN DO FOR YOU:

  • Enhance your deductive tasting skills, notes and vocabulary. 

  • Develop skills to analyze wines according to region, style, and varietal as well as aging potential. 

  • Prepare for advanced wine certifications.


Advanced Tasting Workshop II (Five Classes)
695.00

Benchmark “Still” Wines of the World - May 6-10, 2019

  • A seminar based on the most notable wine regions in the world such as Burgundy, Bordeaux, Barolo, Rioja, Napa, Mosel, Alsace and more.

Details:
Monday-Friday 10AM-12 NOON
(Students are allowed an additional 30mins for the Friday exam)
Registered students will receive a welcome letter with directions and other important details.

Location:
Maison de la Région Occitanie / Pyrénées-Méditerranée
724 Fifth Avenue
11th floor
New York, NY 10019

Schedule:
Monday: White wines
Tuesday: Rose & Red wine part 1
Wednesday: Red wine part 2 
Thursday: Red wine part 3
Friday: Aromatic white wines / Written & blind tasting exam

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