Wine Tasting
Sensory Techniques for Wine Analysis

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Offered by University of California, Davis. With its roots in ancient cultures as early as 6,000 BC, wine has long been part of the human ... Enroll for free.

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Taught by
John Buechsenstein
Wine Appreciation Faculty
and 11 more instructors

Offered by
University of California, Davis

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r/wine • post
2 points • thepibbs
Wine Tasting: Sensory Techniques for Wine Analysis
r/secretsanta • comment
1 points • Goddamtoad

A tourism boarding school? What is that? Are you in early training to be in the hospitality industry?

I love living in a wine area but it's a little intimidating because I'm pretty ignorant - I know I like red wines but that's mostly it.

Turns out I can learn more about wine online from UC Davis - for free! This will be fun!

What's the requirement for your Civil duty? Sounds like military service? How long?

r/wine • comment
1 points • candigilly

As others have suggested, Wine Folly is a great starting point and it's where I learned a lot at the beginning of my wine journey (by no means am I an expert or even close). Another book may also be Kevin Zraly Windows of the World Complete Wine Course. And then the larger, denser books (Wine Bible, World Atlas of Wine, among many, many others).

Also, I've been taking a course on Coursera (not wine related) but out of curiosity, decided to search wine and this course came up;

Wine Tasting: Sensory Techniques for Wine Analysis

Probably worth looking into! It's free! I'm going to likely take it haha :)

r/wine • comment
1 points • save-early-often

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Wine Tasting: Sensory Techniques for Wine Analysis