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Rush into the popular series Season 4! Completely online and available from anywhere in Japan [Sommelier Wine Expert Brush-up Course Season.4 California Edition] Held on January 16, 2023 (Monday)!
From 19:00 on Monday, January 16, 2023, the completely online wine school Vino Terrace will hold [Brush-up course Season.4 California]. Participation fee: 8,000 yen (tax included)
Held on the online conference system Zoom from 19:00 on Monday, January 16, 2023 Vino Terrace, a completely online wine school, will hold [Sommelier and Wine Expert Brush-up Course Season.
The tasting wine will be delivered to your home in a small bottle in advance, so you don’t have to go to school.
Participation fee: Participation fee: 8,000 yen (tax included) Vino Terrace Wine School (Headquarters: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo,
Representative Director: Takehiro Ichihara) will start a “Brush-up Course Season.4 California Edition” for qualified sommelier and wine experts on January 16th.
I passed the sommelier wine expert exam, but what should I do now? I’ve already forgotten what I’ve learned
I think excellence is next, but what should I start with?
Why don’t you fix what you memorized for the exam as knowledge instead of temporary memorization?
*In this course, the contents of the course are set for sommelier wine experts, WSET level 2 or equivalent level qualification holders. Of course, those who do not have any qualifications can also participate, but please note that the content will be difficult for those who are new to wine study.
California Course Program:
1. History of California (briefly)
2. Arrangement of AVA
3. What is Contemporary California?
Grape varieties and important AVA (excerpt)
Los Carneros, Russian River Valley, Fort Ross-Seaview, West Sonoma Coast, Anderson Valley, Santa Cruz Mountains, Santa Lucia Highlands, Santa Rita Hills, etc.
Napa Valley, Dry Creek Valley, Happy Canyon, etc.
Anderson Valley, Potter Valley, Cienega Valley, etc.
Napa Valley, Alexander Valley, Chalk Hill, Sonoma Mountain, Knights Valley, Santa Cruz Mountains, etc.
Los Carneros, Russian River Valley, West Sonoma Coast, Fort
Ross-Seaview, Anderson Valley, Santa Cruz Mountains, Santa Lucia Highlands, Santa Rita Hills, etc.
Los Carneros, Bennett Valley, Petaluma Gap, Yorkville Highlands, Edna Valley, Ballard Canyon, etc.
Napa Valley, Dry Creek Valley, Santa Cruz Mountains, Lodi etc. *Some excerpts from the course program
Comments from the instructor:
California, which used to be heavily influenced by winemaking and where it was difficult to see the difference in terroir, is in the midst of a big change.
The shift to more modest winemaking has ushered in an era in which differences between AVAs of the same variety are clearly visible. From wines selected by winery name to wines selected by terroir, please go further and deepen your understanding of California. ●Lecturer information: Yang Seju
Born in Osaka in 1983.
In 2003, at the age of 19, he moved to Boston to study music. After that, he moved to New York and studied as a sommelier at various restaurants.
In 2010, he received an offer as a sommelier from New York’s top chef David Bouley.
It attracted attention and won three awards.
He is the only Japanese sommelier to have won consecutive awards in New York, the world’s largest sommelier battlefield.
After returning to Japan in 2012, he served as a chef and sommelier at restaurants in Tokyo, including three-star restaurants in the Michelin Guide.
In 2017, he was invited to the Somms of the World held in Australia as a member of the World’s 50 Best Sommeliers.
Established La Mer Inc. in 2018. Appointed President and CEO. As a wine journalist, he has contributed numerous articles to wine magazines. In 2020, the online wine magazine SommeTimes was established. Currently, he is active in a wide range of fields, such as consulting for restaurants, journalism, shop management, and wine school instructor.
● Overview of the seminar
Course name: “Sommelier Wine Expert Brush-up Course Season.4 California Edition” Organizer: Vino Terrace Wine School
Date: January 16, 2023 (Monday)
Participation fee: 8,000 yen (tax included)
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Company name: Wine Energy Co., Ltd.
Location: 1-1-8 Hirakawacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Representative: Takehiro Ichihara
Established: October 27, 2016 (100% investment by Azuma Co., Ltd.) URL: https://school.vnts.jp/
1. Wine school business
2. Liquor import business
3. Liquor sales business
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