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AN IN-DEPTH LOOK AT ALBARIÑO

June 9 of 2021 - WSET

Spain’s star white grape variety is enjoying some of its greatest popularity, riding the wave of excitement for cooler-climate wines that balance bracing acidity with pronounced intensity flavours.

In this post we’ll take a closer look at the grape’s key characteristics, how winemaking techniques are evolving, and Albariño’s growing success abroad.


VINOS DE PORTUGAL: Great Expectations

April 29 of 2021 - WSET

El cariño hacia Portugal y sus vinos es universal. Los españoles vivimos una historia de amor con nuestros vecinos: nos sentimos en casa en Portugal, nos gusta la gente, su idioma dulce con mil fonemas que los convierte en políglotas superdotados, sus playas, sus ciudades, sus azulejos, la librería Lello en Oporto, el café A Brasileira en Lisboa... Y como no, su comida, su paisaje y... ¡Sus vinos!

En una sesión de España y Portugal impartida para los alumnos del WSET Diploma que estudian en el programa de Erica Dent y Jim Gore (Enjoy Discovering Wine) hicimos un DAFO y llegamos a unas conclusiones que queremos compartir, por su interés y por el método que esperamos sea de utilidad.


THE WINE STUDIO BRINGS WSET LEVEL 4 DIPLOMA IN WINES TO SPAIN

February 25 of 2020 - WSET

For those of you who don't know about it, the "Diploma", as we usually call it, is the Captain General of international wine qualifications. Having the DipWSET credentials behind our name is one of the greatest distinctions for a wine professional. WHY is this so?

THE WINE STUDIO HOSTS WSET WINE EDUCATION WEEK IN SPAIN

July 23 of 2019 - WSET

 Wine Education Week: You´ve got plans on September 9th at 18h!

What are the most frequent mistakes made on the WSET Level 3 tasting exam?

March 15 of 2019 - WSET

The Wine Studio team has made an enormous effort to increase the pass rate of the WSET Level 3, and we’ve achieved that goal. Our school has always been above the international average, aiming to help our students thrive in both the theory and the tasting exam. This course is demanding, and students need to master the writing techniques as well as what we call “SAT” or Systematic Approach to Tasting in “WSET-speak”. After many years of correcting tasting exams, we’ve narrowed down the mistakes that come up regularly, and we want to draw your attention to them so that you can correct and/or avoid them. Here we go!