of experience you may have, you'll find these sites offer a good
mix of online study, traditional brick-and-mortar schools offering
on-site training, or organizations that host wine fairs and wine-tasting
Wine Spectator School
- The print magazine hosts online classes for the novice or professional
with a free sample course, online glossary, wine event calendar,
course catalog, enrollment info and, yes, homework was never this
- Covering all 50 U.S. states and the world with information on
seminars, classes, wine festivals and auctions, and offering a
free newsletter, membership details, and information on submitting an event, .
Education Schools - Browse listings from the Tradesworld database including descriptions
of wine classes, degree programs, seminars and training worldwide.
X Events - The top category on this GenX focused magazine's
events page is ongoing classes. Selections from many areas in
the US and Canada include informal gatherings and real 'raise
your hand to ask a question' classes.
and Spirits Education Trust - UK based vocational training
institute and government-approved for many of the certificate
courses they offer. Classes go from basic to advanced training
for wine and spirits related qualifications.