$1,595.00

WSET Level 3 Award in Spirits-22/05/02

$1,595.00
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This brand new qualification is intended to build on knowledge and skills gained from the Level 2 Award in Spirits. You’ll acquire a deep theoretical understanding of the techniques used in spirit production, from the processing of raw materials to post-distillation operations. Through a combination of tasting and the application of theoretical knowledge you will learn to explain confidently why spirits look and taste the way they do and how and why they differ from each other.

Registration deadline:

Friday, April 22nd, 2022

Class start date

Monday May 2nd, 2022

Schedule

Class held on 6 consecutive Mondays - 9:00am - 4:30pm

May 2nd, 9th, 16th, 30th, June 6th, and 20th 

Exam date

Exam date is June 20th

Time

9:00am to 4:30pm

Price

$1,595

Instructors

Charlene Rooke and Keith Nicholson

Location

Urban Rec Conference Facility
625 East 16th Ave
Vancouver, BC
V5T 2V3

 What you'll learn;

  • Unit 1

    A detailed understanding of the techniques used in spirit production:

    • Processing of raw materials
    • Alcoholic fermentation
    • Distillation
    • Post-distillation practices

      Factors affecting the style and quality of spirits, studying eleven core spirit categories in detail:

      • Scotch Whisky
      • Bourbon
      • Rye Whiskey
      • Tennessee Whiskey
      • Cognac
      • Armagnac
      • Caribbean rum
      • Tequila
      • Mezcal
      • Vodka
      • Gin

        An overview of 23 additional spirit categories, focusing on:

        • Principal production methods
        • Key styles
        • Key labelling terms

           

          Unit 2

          How to taste and describe spirits using the WSET Level 3 Systematic Approach to Tasting Spirits®(SAT)

           This qualification has a minimum requirement of 84 hours* of study time:

          • 6 classroom sessions (9am-4:30pm) delivery time with a WSET course provider
          • 51 ½ hours recommended personal study and revision
          • 2 ½ -hour examination


        Click here to download the L3 Spirits Specification

          This brand new qualification is intended to build on knowledge and skills gained from the Level 2 Award in Spirits. You’ll acquire a deep theoretical understanding of the techniques used in spirit production, from the processing of raw materials to post-distillation operations. Through a combination of tasting and the application of theoretical knowledge you will learn to explain confidently why spirits look and taste the way they do and how and why they differ from each other.

          Registration deadline:

          Friday, April 22nd, 2022

          Class start date

          Monday May 2nd, 2022

          Schedule

          Class held on 6 consecutive Mondays - 9:00am - 4:30pm

          May 2nd, 9th, 16th, 30th, June 6th, and 20th 

          Exam date

          Exam date is June 20th

          Time

          9:00am to 4:30pm

          Price

          $1,595

          Instructors

          Charlene Rooke and Keith Nicholson

          Location

          Urban Rec Conference Facility
          625 East 16th Ave
          Vancouver, BC
          V5T 2V3

           What you'll learn;

          • Unit 1

            A detailed understanding of the techniques used in spirit production:

            • Processing of raw materials
            • Alcoholic fermentation
            • Distillation
            • Post-distillation practices

              Factors affecting the style and quality of spirits, studying eleven core spirit categories in detail:

              • Scotch Whisky
              • Bourbon
              • Rye Whiskey
              • Tennessee Whiskey
              • Cognac
              • Armagnac
              • Caribbean rum
              • Tequila
              • Mezcal
              • Vodka
              • Gin

                An overview of 23 additional spirit categories, focusing on:

                • Principal production methods
                • Key styles
                • Key labelling terms

                   

                  Unit 2

                  How to taste and describe spirits using the WSET Level 3 Systematic Approach to Tasting Spirits®(SAT)

                   This qualification has a minimum requirement of 84 hours* of study time:

                  • 6 classroom sessions (9am-4:30pm) delivery time with a WSET course provider
                  • 51 ½ hours recommended personal study and revision
                  • 2 ½ -hour examination


                Click here to download the L3 Spirits Specification