WSET Level 3 Award in Wines
The Level 3 qualification is designed to give a thorough understanding of the
principal wines of the world and their commercial importance in the
world's liquor market. The qualification will assist those who are required to
make professional evaluations of wines and spirits with regard to their
commercial value. Holders of the WSET level 3 Certificate in Wines will be able
to describe the characteristics of the principle wines of the world and give
information on the key factors influencing style, quality and value.
This course is very suitable for people who are not employed within the
drinks industry but wish to learn more about the subject. It is important that
potential students appreciate that this is primarily a professional development
course for the drinks industry and is approached in that way by our tutors.
download the WSET Level 3 Specification.
Once you have paid, in full, for your WSET Level 3 Course you can collect
your classroom booklet and materials from the Prince Wine Store, 177 Bank
Street, South Melbourne.
You will also receive throughout the course a crib
sheet with lecturer tasting notes.
Please note that additional charges are applicable for all exam re-sits and
Level 3 full exam resit : $150
Theory exam only resit :
Tasting exam only resit : $50
Non-attendance of registered exam :
|| 30 Hours of Tutition and a
2 and half hour exam, over 11 weeks|
|| 15 x 2 hour sessions.
Consisting of 8 x Monday evening 6-8pm sessions , and two
intensive Saturdays 9.30am to 5.00pm |
|| $1350 ($1500 in
||Meg Brodtmann MW, Josh Elias
(WSET Dip); Raul Moreno Yague (WSET Dip); Annette Lacey (WSET
Dip) and Sebastian Zotti (WSET Dip).|
|| Students are expected to
have WSET Level 2 or similar qualification, or relevant industry
experience prior to attempting level three. Please contact email@example.com to check your
|| Prince Wine Store, 177 Bank
Street, South Melbourne or Prince Wine Store Sydney, 40 Hansard Street,
multiple choice paper of fifty questions: pass mark 55%|
written answer paper of four questions: pass mark 55%
examination: Correctly identify two wines and produce a written analysis
using WSET level 3 Systematic Approach to Tasting.
|| WSET Specification|