To serve wine properly, you need a good understanding of the different types of wine, how they’re made, and which foods they compliment. You’ll learn all this and more.
About the course
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 a knowledge of wine is important if you want to deliver excellent customer service. The course will provide you with the skills to serve wine properly, show you how to taste wine and teach what wines compliment specific foods.
The course is presented in an interactive slide format, with short manageable sections and test your knowledge questions that allow you to check your understanding before proceeding to the next part. At the end of the course is a multiple-choice assessment that you will need to complete and pass to receive your fully accredited certificate.
We only work with the very best.
Our training courses are written and managed by hospitality professionals with many years experience in their field. Your staff will be learning from the best and will come away from their training inspired by mentors who understand their aspirations and requirements.
Our professionals include those with backgrounds in operations, health and safety, food safety, first aid, manual handling and all the aspects of your hospitality business that help it to run efficiently and legally. We work hard to source only the very best in their field to provide our training materials - making us one of the best providers of hospitality training for foreign nationals in the UK.
The flexibility you need.
Our training courses are completed online, giving you and your staff the flexibility they need to continue working while they train. With less downtime and without needing to take time from their usual schedule, your staff will be gaining a qualification and your business can still run efficiently. That is a win win for you and for your staff members too.
- The Wine Production Process – How wine is made, viticulture and vinification processes and factors which affect the taste of wine
- Grape Varietals – Discover the different types of wine grapes and the various wines that they produce
- Wine Service – Storage temperatures and faults
- Wine Tasting – Appearance, aroma and palate
- Food and Wine – Learn how to choosing the right wines to accompany foods such as white meat, red meat, fish, cheese and desserts
- Multiple choice quiz
Duration and time limit
The course takes approximately 2 hours to complete, although there is no time limit and you can do it in your own time and in stages.