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Introduction to Bordeaux Wines

Get to know the wines of Bordeaux, France, and learn about their classifications and characteristics, along with ideal food pairing, storage, and value. 

Next Dates

13 October 2023

Part 1: 13 October 2023

Part 2: 20 October 2023

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Campus Passugg
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Credentials
Certificate of completion
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Duration
2 x 1/2 days (8 hours)
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Language
German
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Price
CHF 370

Introduction to Bordeaux Wines

Bordeaux wines are some of the world's most famous, and this course will help you understand why. You will learn the characteristics and classifications of French wines, including the AOC label. You will have the chance to taste various wines from the Bordeaux region and experiment with food pairings. And finally, you will learn about the storage, shelf life, and investment value of different wines.

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Why take this course ?

  • Understand the designation of the origin (AOC) and French wine classifications.
  • Recognize the characteristics and value of Bordeaux wines.
  • Pair wines from the Bordeaux region with food.
  • Know the proper storage methods and shelf life of different wines.

Course highlights

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Wine tastings: red, white, and sweet wines
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Food pairing experimentation
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Certified International Bordeaux Instructor
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Practical tips for buying the best wines
Download the brochure
Please fill in the the form to download the brochure

Syllabus

Topics covered

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Who should apply?

This course is designed for F&B professionals and wine enthusiasts who are interested in increasing their knowledge of Bordeaux wines, wine pairing, and learning from a certified International Bordeaux Instructor.

Admission Criteria

Participants must have sufficient skills and industry knowledge for the course, along with a level of spoken German that allows them to exchange with the instructors.

Admission Process

The admissions team will review your submitted application and send you a participant contract to sign. You will then be invited to settle the amount online.

Deadline

Your application must be received at least one week before the start of the course. 
Late applications may be accepted on a case-by-case basis. 

Apply Online

Choose Your Intake : 

13 October 2023

Part 1: 13 October 2023

Part 2: 20 October 2023

Enroll

Cost :

CHF 370

FAQ

Price: CHF 370

The price includes tuition fees, access to campus facilities, and learning materials.

Participants will be able to pay via the payment platform Flywire, which provides various payment methods, has no hidden bank fees, and offers favorable exchange rates.

The class welcomes a mix of professionals and enthusiasts who have a good understanding of culinary arts. You do not necessarily have to be a professional to enroll in the course, but you will need basic culinary skills and knowledge to follow the course. 

The course takes place on site to benefit from the campus infrastructure and to exchange with the Chef/Professor and your classmates. 

The course is delivered in German, so a minimum level of speaking and comprehension is necessary. However, our lecturers are able to provide English explanations as well since they work at an international school. Please contact a Program Advisor to discuss your level if you have any doubts. 

Introduction to Bordeaux Wines

Bordeaux wines are some of the world's most famous, and this course will help you understand why. You will learn the characteristics and classifications of French wines, including the AOC label. You will have the chance to taste various wines from the Bordeaux region and experiment with food pairings. And finally, you will learn about the storage, shelf life, and investment value of different wines.

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Why take this course ?

  • Understand the designation of the origin (AOC) and French wine classifications.
  • Recognize the characteristics and value of Bordeaux wines.
  • Pair wines from the Bordeaux region with food.
  • Know the proper storage methods and shelf life of different wines.

Course highlights

icon_webinar_gold
Wine tastings: red, white, and sweet wines
icon_chat_gold
Food pairing experimentation
icon_equipment_gold
Certified International Bordeaux Instructor
icon_zoom_gold
Practical tips for buying the best wines
Download the brochure
Please fill in the the form to download the brochure

Syllabus

Syllabus

Topics covered

Image

Who should apply?

This course is designed for F&B professionals and wine enthusiasts who are interested in increasing their knowledge of Bordeaux wines, wine pairing, and learning from a certified International Bordeaux Instructor.

Apply Online

Admission Criteria

Participants must have sufficient skills and industry knowledge for the course, along with a level of spoken German that allows them to exchange with the instructors.

Admission Process

The admissions team will review your submitted application and send you a participant contract to sign. You will then be invited to settle the amount online.

Deadline

Your application must be received at least one week before the start of the course. 
Late applications may be accepted on a case-by-case basis. 

Apply Online

Choose Your Intake : 

13 October 2023

Part 1: 13 October 2023

Part 2: 20 October 2023

Enroll

Cost :

CHF 370

FAQ

Price: CHF 370

The price includes tuition fees, access to campus facilities, and learning materials.

Participants will be able to pay via the payment platform Flywire, which provides various payment methods, has no hidden bank fees, and offers favorable exchange rates.

The class welcomes a mix of professionals and enthusiasts who have a good understanding of culinary arts. You do not necessarily have to be a professional to enroll in the course, but you will need basic culinary skills and knowledge to follow the course. 

The course takes place on site to benefit from the campus infrastructure and to exchange with the Chef/Professor and your classmates. 

The course is delivered in German, so a minimum level of speaking and comprehension is necessary. However, our lecturers are able to provide English explanations as well since they work at an international school. Please contact a Program Advisor to discuss your level if you have any doubts.