Le Cordon Bleu London is proud to announce the launch of a new intensive Certificate in Wine and Beverage Studies. Launching in March 2020, this three-month programme is the perfect way to learn about all the intricacies of everything from Côtes du Rhône to shiraz, craft beer to sake, coffee to mixology! This comprehensive programme covers a plethora of beverages both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, including cocktails, spirits, coffees and teas.
The aim of the Certificate in Wine and Beverage Studies is to enable students to:
- Discover wines from all over the world with tastings
- Explore a large range of hot and cold, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
- Understand the basics of wine production and how it influences the taste of the final product
- Appreciate a variety of gastronomic cultures through food and beverage pairing
- Acquire techniques for wine sensory analysis
Speaking about the launch of this new programme, Wine Development Manager, Matthieu Longuere MS, says: “This is a really exciting addition to the wine education offering at Le Cordon Bleu. We know from our own experience that a deep understanding of beverages can only be achieved through hands on learning – and that’s what this Certificate offers. We look forward to welcoming our first intake of students this Spring.”
The team at Le Cordon Bleu have worked tirelessly to deliver a programme that truly meets the expectations and passion of students, and as such the Certificate in Wine and Beverage Studies will focus on tastings, experiential learning and field trips.
Whether a personal dream, or professional goal, this Certificate in Wine & Beverage Studies is a key step for those looking to enhance their love of wine and the world of beverages.
Find our more about the Certificate in Wine and Beverage Studies and apply today.