Wine Pairing Course

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Do you enjoy drinking wine but want to be better informed on the differences between wines and how to properly pair a wine?

Wine is a big part of many cultures and is often enjoyed with the company of friends and family over a meal. However, choosing the wrong wine can lead to some undesirable scenarios.

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About This CourseBeginner

Do you enjoy drinking wine but want to be better informed on the differences between wines and how to properly pair a wine?

Wine is a big part of many cultures and is often enjoyed with the company of friends and family over a meal. However, choosing the wrong wine can lead to some undesirable scenarios.

What’s the difference between a pinot grigio and a pinot noir? Which wine would you choose to pair with a garlic roasted chicken dish? Choosing the right wine can be confusing.

That’s why this course was created. To give you the knowledge the know the differences between wines and increase your chances of selecting the proper wine for a meal or occasion.

Here’s what will be covered in this course:

  • Wine Pairing Background
  • Dry White Wines
  • Sweet White Wines
  • Rich White Wines
  • Sparkling Wines
  • Light Red Wines
  • Medium Red Wines
  • Bold Red Wines
  • Dessert Wines
  • How to Properly Open and Pour Wine
  • General Wine Etiquette
  • Wine Pairing and Theory
  • Things to Avoid Pairing
  • Examples of Pairings
  • Interpersonal Rules

Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you’ll have the knowledge to know the difference between each wine and be informed to make a proper wine pairing decision.

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Get started today and develop the skill of wine pairing!

Course Curriculum

Course Sections

Introduction

Introduction Continuation

History and Modern History

History and Modern History Continuation

Dry White Wines

Dry White Wines Continuation

Sweet White Wines

Sweet White Wines Continuation

Rich White Wines

Rich White Wines Continuation

Sparkling Wines

Sparkling Wines Continuation

Light Red Wines

Light Red Wines Continuation

Medium Red Wines

Medium Red Wines Continuation

Bold Red Wines

Bold Red Wines Continuation

Dessert Wines

Dessert Wines Continuation

Proposing a Wine

Proposing a Wine Continuation

Mechanics of Opening and Pouring

Mechanics of Opening and Pouring Continuation

Why It’s Important To Serving Wine Properly

Pairing On A General Level

Pairing On A General Level Continuation

Pairing On A General Level Continued

Pairing On A Finer Level – Logic of Pairing

Pairing On A Finer Level – Logic of Pairing Continuation

Pairing On A Finer Level – Logic of Pairing Continuation Part 2

Pairing On A Finer Level – Logic of Pairing Continuation Part 3

Pairing On A Finer Level – Pairing wines to food flavors & textures

Pairing On A Finer Level – Universal Wines

Pairing On A Finer Level – Universal Wines Continuation

Food Pairing Examples

Cheese Pairing Examples

Things To Avoid Pairing

Things To Avoid Pairing Continuation

Things To Avoid Pairing Continuation Part 2

Social Settings

Social Settings Continuation

Seasonal Selections

Understanding Opinion and Preference – The Value of Experimentation

Understanding Opinion and Preference – The Value of Experimentation Continuation

Understanding Opinion and Preference – Psychology of Handling a Mismatched Pairing

Reviews

4.6
17 student reviews
  1. Malika Bousbaine says:

    interesting course
    This course gives good information about which wine to select with your food. I now select more carefully my wines.

  2. Landin Murphy says:

    Great way to get more familiar with Wine Pairings
    This course is a great way to easily get more educated and familiar with common wine and food pairings!! It will help you understand how to pair wine with food, and how to get the most out of every experience. Highly recommend.

  3. catherine graham says:

    detail is good
    great introductory course. I am sure more could follow.