Interested in learning more about wine? You may want to consider taking a few wine courses. You will learn that Wine is a natural product. Fermentation, I believe is like a magical process because the sugar in the grape is natural then it turns into alcohol, then it becomes a delicious wine.
Wine courses are fun and some courses are intense. However, I've heard of 300 or more interactive hours of lecture on the following topics:
International Wine: Students review enology/viticulture of International and National wines. This involves total immersion into the sensorial analysis and the terminology of wine.
Wine Tasting: At first, all wines seem alike, but with practice, you will be able to tell the difference.
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Food Pairing: It is a talent to know how to marry wine with food. Certain varieties go with certain foods. It is an art to be practiced. The food should reveal the wine's aromas and the wine should reveal the food's aromas. The purpose is not to have the wine and the food competes with each other, but to be complementary.
Spirits: Students interact on varieties of spirits.
Learn Italian culture and language: Students interact on the beautiful cultural and Italian language.
Salesmanship: Students learn how to promote Wine and relay their passion to others.
Speech Marketing: Students learn how to write a marketing strategy.
Or, you just may like to attend wine courses for fun, go to wine tasting parties or entertain at your home. If you do the latter, always try your best to choose the best. When you buy expensive wine, it will guarantee you quality. Most suggest you choose varieties according to your taste and to the occasion.