A Life in the Wine Trade
You love wine, you’ve done the hard yards and got some WSET parchment on the wall, and now you’re thinking about giving up what you do for something you love. But how? What do people actually do in the wine trade? And how do you become one of the lucky few who swan around Western Europe getting wined and dined by famous producers?
This day will be led by Michael Palij MW, whose own career spans more than two decades across almost every aspect of the industry.
Topics covered include:
- The structure of the industry
- Opportunities within it
- How to apply
- Salary expectations
- Other Considerations
The latter will include a detailed overview of the WSET Level 4 Diploma and this evening is therefore essential for anyone considering embarking on ‘the big one’
||3rd June 2020 19:00
||The Nut Tree Inn
The fee of £25* includes refreshments at The Nut Tree, a Michelin starred pub in Oxfordshire.
*Refundable upon booking a place on the Diploma.
The WSET Diploma in Wines is a serious undertaking and requires two years of study. The WineMatters Diploma Open Evening is offered to all potential students to give an opportunity to understand the scale of the work involved and give the opportunity to discuss anything with Michael before signing up. It is held in partnership with the Nut Tree Inn (a Michelin starred pub and the venue where all Diploma classes are taught) and a gourmet dinner is included in the price. Please note this offer is for the Open Evening ONLY - for more information about the cost of the Diploma please contact us directly.