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Italian Wine Scholar unit 2: The Wines of Central & Southern Italy

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The Italian Wine Scholar study program is geared for members of the wine trade and serious wine hobbyists seeking specialization and certification. It is designed to test your proficiency and is the most advanced and comprehensive specialist program on Italian wine.

The Italian Wine Scholar Unit 2: The Wines of Central & Southern Italy covers Italy’s 12 distinct central and southern wine regions in the following manner: History, culture and traditions , location and climate with their effects on viticulture and wines topography, geography and soils, grape varieties and their organoleptic profiles , viticulture and winemaking, wine industry trends and economics. All DOCs and DOCGs with their regulations, wine styles and specificities.
  
This course was developed and is administrated by the Wine Scholar Guild and follows the format of the successful French Wine Scholar Program. The Sydney Wine Academy is an approved provider of these internationally recognised courses.

Unit 1 is a separate course covering Northern Italy. To achieve The Italian Wine Scholar credential/pin candidates must study and sit both Unit 1 and Unit 2 examinations.

While not a pre-requisite, we recommend that students have successfully completed, at a minimum, one of the following programs before enrolling in the Italian Wine Scholar program: WSET level 2, Certified Specialist of Wine (CSW) or Court of Master Sommelier’s Introductory Sommelier Certificate (Level 1).

 

Entry Requirements

There are no entry requirements for this course. However, we recommend students complete a relevant wine course.

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