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IWS 義大利葡萄酒學者認證


躋身義大利葡萄酒學者 

義大利葡萄酒學者認證課程(簡稱IWS) 分成兩大單元進行教學:Unit 1涵蓋北義產區,Unit 2涵蓋中義與南義產區,提供您最新、最精確深入的產區資訊。由葡萄酒學者協會 (Wine Scholar Guild) 主導推展,並有義大利官方機構與葡萄酒產區公會背書與支持。

多位國際知名葡萄酒大師如Nicolas Belfrage MW、Jeannie Cho Lee MW與Peter Marks MW.都對IWS課程內容與專業度讚譽有加(請見WSG官網)授課對象鎖定進階程度之從業人員與愛好者。 

完成Unit 1& Unit 2課程並通過測驗的學員將獲「義大利葡萄酒學者」(Italian Wine Scholar) 頭銜,並可在姓名後加掛「IWS」稱號。

提供你需要學習的所有義大利葡萄酒知識

IWS課程涵括義大利所有葡萄酒產區的法律、品種、種植與釀造等核心知識,對葡萄酒銷售、購買或教學都至關重要,協助從業人員精通義大利葡萄酒,於同儕中出類拔萃。若你在攻讀各高階葡萄酒認證,如WSET Diploma、CMS Advanced Sommelier、侍酒大師(MS)、葡萄酒大師 (MW)或Certified Wine Educator,IWS課程提供最完整的資源與補充教材。

 

IWS課程包含:

  1. WSG國際註冊與會員費用
  2. 完整解析義大利北部產區(課綱請見下方)
  3. 葡萄酒大師Mark Pygott實體講座9堂
  4. 義大利葡萄酒專家 Nancy Reynolds, DIPWSET, FWS 與Maurizio Broggi, DWS, FWS, CSW線上講座4堂
  5. 高階品飲練習:45~55經典酒款
  6. WSG原版教材:270頁全彩課本,是目前市面上最鉅細靡遺的義大利工具書,還有精美講義
  7. WSG獨家線上進修(一年):包含線上講座、發音練習、模擬測驗供自我評量與產區地圖可下載
  8. 測驗(全英文測驗,考試須知請見下方頁籤,必讀)

IWS Unit 1WINES OF NORTHERN ITALY

  1. Valle d' Aosta
  2. Lombardia
  3. Piemonte
  4. Trentino
  5. Alto Adige
  6. Veneto
  7. Friuli-Venezia Giulia
  8. Liguria
  9. Emilia-Romagna
 
如無法參加酒研實體課程,亦可報名由Italian Wine Scholar 的國際函授課程(INDEPENDENT STUDY FORMAT),透過酒研報名比網路報名優惠很多喔~ 詳細費用請逕洽酒研。

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UNIT 1: WINES OF NORTHERN ITALY 
• Valle d’Aosta
• Lombardia
• Piemonte
• Trentino
• Alto Adige
• Veneto
• Friuli-Venezia Giulia
• Liguria
• Emilia-Romagna

UNIT 2: WINES OF CENTRAL & SOUTHERN ITALY 
• Toscana
• Marche
• Lazio
• Umbria, Abruzzo & Molise
• Campania
• Calabria
• Puglia & Basilicata
• Sicilia
• Sardegna

 

考試內容

IWS測驗格式與及格要求

  • 100題選擇題,考試時間:90分鐘。
  • 75分以上方可獲頒證書
  • 85-90分者加註「高分通過」(pass with Honors)
  • 91-100分者加註「最高分通過」(pass with Highest Honors)。
  • 必須通過Unit 1 與Unit2兩個考試才能取得IWS認證與徽章

IWS考試重點: 
In order to prepare properly for the exam, you must read and study the manual carefully. At first, it may seem a daunting body of knowledge to tackle…but we would like to give you a few tips.

What facts are important?

Perhaps this question is best answered by discussing what you do not need to know: dates DOC/Gs were granted, percentages of grapes in the blend, production numbers, and food traditions. Focus on what grapes are grown where, what DOC/Gs belong to what wine region, rivers, mountains and other topographical markers, climate types, soil types and unique grape growing or wine making attributes specific to each region. Know your grapes! Spend some time working with the maps. Know where things are located. Know the champions (producers and people) of a particular DOC/G if mentioned.

  • Pay close attention to superlatives (biggest, smallest, highest, lowest, newest, oldest, youngest).  Note the facts associated with words such as “first” and “last.” They make for good exam questions.
  • Learn the Italian wine terms and their English equivalents.
  • Know your soils, geography, mountains and rivers.
  • Know your grapes and their synonyms.
  • Become conversant in Italy’s DOC(G)s and the primary grape(s) grown within their confines.
  • Know your history and the key individuals who have figured prominently in the development of the wine culture of any given region.
  • Study the specifics of wine production for white, rosé, red, sparkling, late-harvest, and passitos.
  • Study your maps. You need to know where the wine regions and their DOC(G)s are located.
  • Pay attention to the need-to-know icons.

The exam is comprehensive. It will cover all the wine regions of Italy. This means you must study everything!