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Parallel fermentation

This topic will explore the differences between wine and sake making, and the unique attributes that Japanese sake making possesses.

Michael Tremblay

Learning Facilitator
Toronto, Canada

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Georgian Wine Through the Ages

The small country of Georgia, nestled in the Caucasus mountains, was the birthplace of winemaking some 8000 years ago. This audio capsule wi...

Jacky Blisson MW

Learning Facilitator
Montréal, Canada

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The Great Mount Etna

In Andrea Bacci’s 1596 book “De Naturali Vinorum Historia” the deliciousness of the wines produced on the hills surroundin...

Mattia Cianca

Learning Facilitator
Bordeaux, France

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The Evolution of Muscadet

Muscadet is the westernmost wine region of the Loire Valley, situated around the city of Nantes on the western central coast of France. Just...

Jacky Blisson MW

Learning Facilitator
Montréal, Canada

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Overview of the Mosel Valley

The Mosel Valley is one of the oldest and most revered wine regions for fine Riesling wines. It is located in western Germany, near the bord...

Jacky Blisson MW

Learning Facilitator
Montréal, Canada

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The Evolution of Oak Ageing in Rioja Red Wines

Throughout the last century the red wines of Rioja were famous for their mellow palate profiles and sweet vanilla flavours imparted by exten...

Jacky Blisson MW

Learning Facilitator
Montréal, Canada

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Intro to Japanese wines

Learn about Japanese wine. Japanese whisky is known for its speculative value, beer for its high consumption, and sake and shochu for their...

Reeze Choi

Learning Facilitator
China

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Oakville AVA

Learn about the Oakville AVA, located at the very heart of the Napa Valley. Wedged between Yountville to the south and Rutherford to the nor...

Morgan Harris MS

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San Francisco, United States

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La Grande Rue of Bourgogne

Learn about one of Bourgogne's most exclusive Grand Cru. A direct translation of La Grande Rue (1.65 hectares) would be The Main Street. Ind...

Pier-Alexis Soulière MS

Learning Facilitator
Québec, Canada

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Intro to Port Wine

Port is a style of fortified wine made in northern Portugal. This 101 Port primer covers the different styles of Port, how they are made, an...

Jacky Blisson MW

Learning Facilitator
Montréal, Canada

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