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Wine 101 Classes

Wine 101 Classes

Learn to swirl, sniff and sip like a pro, while acquiring a true understanding of the tasting process ... No experience is required.

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WSET Level 4 Diploma in Wines & Spirits

WSET Level 4 Diploma in Wines & Spirits

The American Wine School is pleased to announce a new Diploma Launch Day on Jan 26th, 2019. For more information, click on WSET Diploma.

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Where Do I Begin?

Where Do I Begin?

Whether you know a little or a lot about wine, American Wine School provides a systematic approach that can help you build your wine knowledge.

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The Superiore Side of Prosecco

The Superiore Side of Prosecco

Let’s chat about Prosecco. Most of us are familiar with the popular Italian sparkling wine. Here in the States it’s synonymous with cocktail parties as an aperitif or as the fizz in those weekend brunch mimosas. However, there is a lot more to understanding the popular sparkler than one might think. From production method to […]

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Quick Facts: Languedoc-Roussillon

Quick Facts: Languedoc-Roussillon

The Languedoc-Roussillon region is France’s largest wine producing region and vineyard area (300,000 ha), with roughly one-third of all French wines produced here, including 11% of the world’s rosé wine production. To get our arms around this vast region, let’s start by taking a brief look at just the Languedoc wine region. Who The Languedoc […]

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Alsace Rocks

Alsace Rocks

by Kristy Wenz Several months ago, Wines of Alsace held their annual “Alsace Rocks” Grand Tasting in Chicago, and next month they’ll be returning for the Chicago Wine Fest. So, in preparation of the event, let’s do a quick review of this unique French wine region. Quick Facts: Alsace, France Who Wine making in Alsace […]

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