WSET Bitesize - How is wine made?

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Learn the process behind turning grapes on a vine to wine in a bottle.

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Have you ever wondered how wine is made? Join Julia Lambeth DipWSET for this bitesize session looking at how we go from grapes on a vine to wine in a bottle. Julia will look at the process of making still wines from crushing to bottling, and how the process differs for white, red and rose wines. We will also cover how each step of the production process affects the final product, along with the qualities that the grapes themselves bring.

This webinar is free to attend and open to anyone, no prior wine knowledge is needed. The new series of bitesize 30-minute webinars are ideal for beginners looking to learn more about wine.


Julia Lambeth DipWSET, Course Manager for Levels 1-3 & Wine Educator, WSET School London
Julia started out in the wine trade as a novice, working at Majestic Wine for a number of years as a retail manager. After completing the Diploma and winning the Codorníu Scholarship prize, she started a wine tasting company. Julia joined WSET School London's teaching faculty in September 2019.

"Working with wine is great because it’s always changing, even when you think you know a lot there is always something new to learn."

This event does not necessarily constitute official WSET course material and should not be used as such.

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