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The San Francisco Wine School offers a number of courses for wine enthusiasts. One course, the CWAS, California Wine Appellation Specialist is offered online. This is a great course for people that enjoy California wines or want to learn more about the AVAs in California. An article give detailed information about the class and reflections on the class.

Washington State University offers several online courses associated with wine. Introduction to Winemaking is a seven lecture course. Participants have one calander year to complete the course.

The Wine Century Club is a rather exclusive club that anyone can join who has tasted at least 100 different wine grape varieties. Sounds easy enough. Maybe not!

Helpful Hints for Creating the Right Wine Cellar takes a look at your options for storing wine. Explore your options to control light, temperature and humidity.

Barrel Tasting tells of an event with the wine maker at Prince Michel Vineyards and Winery in Virginia. It is interesting to taste wines from a range of ready to bottle to needing several more months of aging.

Introduction to Wine and Tasting Opportunities provides information about beginning wine classes. The focus of this opportunity is tasting and general background information. This two-day class took place at a local community college and included tasting twenty wines.

All Day Class at a Winery/Vineyard discusses an indepth class focusing on growing grapes and the wine making process.

Wine Tasting at a Restaurant discusses how one restaurant organizes their monthly wine tasting.

WSET Classes is a review of the Intermediate Level Wine and Spirit Education Trust class. This learning opportunity consisted of five three plus hour classes, an exam class and thirty-eight wines to taste during the course.


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