Sensory Development and Wine Styles HOST 9112

On Campus

The ability to assess the value and character of a wine is essential to a successful sommelier. Through our Sensory Development and Wine Styles course, develop your palate, your ability to discern quality and value and your ability to evaluate wines by colour, weight, alcohol, taste, flavour, texture, complexity and finish. Learn to recognize poor quality, wine faults and spoilage; learn what causes the taint; and explore possible corrective actions. Learn to recognize wines by style and taste profile in order to judge typicity and to provide sound advice about wine and food pairing. Finally, become familiar with various cooking techniques, learn various strategies for pairing wine and food and get exposure to wine service skills.

Prerequisites

You must be at least 19 years of age. You must have completed our HOST 9111 Methods of Wine Production course.

Hours and Fees

Hours

54

Fee

$1,215

Course Sections

CRN:
W52655
Delivery Method: On Campus
Contact:
Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts
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