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An expert sommelier from Le Cordon Bleu Paris institute introduces participants to the tasting and passes on his knowledge of the rich French vineyard. The opportunity to discover over three days the basics of tasting and what is at the origin of the quality of French wines: Terroir, grape varieties, tradition and know-how of winegrowers.

Key Information

Prerequisites: Open to all

Course duration: 3 days

Total hours:
21 hours + 1 hour for the distribution of participation certificates and photos
Day 1, 2 et 3 – 9 am - 5 pm - lunch: 1h. Last day - 5 pm – 6 pm: Participation certificate

Tuition fee:
950
The fees include welcome breakfast, lunches and tastings. Utensils and equipment are loaned for the tastings.

Teaching Method:
Workshop based with individual follow-up
Classrooms are equipped with professional equipment

Teaching language:
This course is taught in French and consecutively translated into English.

A Le Cordon Bleu participation certificate will be issued at the end of the training

Funding
This training may be eligible as part of your professional project and your job search. A quote will be given to you by the institute on request for all your external financing procedures.


Le Cordon Bleu Paris institute is referenced in the Datadock (recognition of the quality of training)



This training is not eligible for the CPF Training Personal Account.



Personal funding: Directly with the Institute.

French employees: Internship costs can be financed by your company's skills development plan. Contact your Human Resources department.

In the context of partial unemployment, financing possible at 70% or 80% (long-term partial unemployment) within the framework of the FNE-Training system (agreement between your company and DIRECCTE).

Entrepreneur: Your accountant will contact the Training Insurance Fund / OPCO, specific to your branch: OPCALIM / FAFCEA / AGEFOS PME / FAFIH

Job seeker: This training may be eligible as part of your professional project and your job search. A quote will be given to you by the institute to register on the website linked to your region for funding by Pôle Emploi.


Programme details

  • Educational Objectives
    • Discover the technical aspects, the grape varieties, the vinification and the main French wine regions
    • Learn how to taste wine
  • Course content

    Presentation of wine tasting methods (Sensory analysis)

    • General presentation of wine producing regions in France
    • Champagne region
    • Alsace region
    • Burgundy + Jura / Savoie region
    • Rhône region
    • Bordeaux region
    • South West Region
    • Loire region
    • Languedoc region

    Tastings of these wines

  • Dates and tuition fees
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