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In October 2021, WiSP will launch the first WSET Level 4 Diploma in Wine course in Paris. After long months of work, WiSP obtained accreditation to open its second Diploma school in France. The whole team is proud to welcome new Diploma candidates in the city of light in the coming months. The teaching team from

In view with the success and strong interest of candidates for the WSET Level 4 Diploma course in Bordeaux, WiSP is organizing a new session at the end of May 2021 Registrations are officially open. The back-to-school seminar will take place from May 26th to 28th, 2021. As a reminder, Diploma at WiSP Campus includes: 25 days of courses

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I am about to tell you a story, a story of Australian wine. This is a tell to read with a glass in your hand. Australia, gigantic island-continent, only ranks 10th in the world when it comes to vine surface, just behind Romania, with 146,000 ha of vines. Nevertheless, it is 6th in volume and most importantly, it masters exports

Last night I had a terrible nightmare: I was in a room full of wine geeks of the worst kind and had to stand around while listening to their tasting comments. A particular group was busy describing a young Sancerre from the Domaine Vacheron. One after the other, after having sniffed their glasses with love, declared

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Qui dit vinification dit cuve pour réaliser la fermentation. Ces cuves peuvent également servir à l’élevage du vin ou encore pour du simple stockage. Les récipients vinaires ont beaucoup évolué au cours du temps notamment à travers les matériaux utilisés.  Autrefois en terre cuite, en céramique ou en briques, les cuves sont désormais fabriquées en béton,