WHY CHOOSE WSET ONLINE WINE EDUCATION?

– You are a passionate wine lover and want to learn the basics about wine.

– You aspire a career in the wine industry, e.g. as a sommelier, wine buyer or wine importer, and want to improve your wine knowledge and tasting skills.

– You already work in the wine business, but you want to gain a deeper understanding of wine to take your career to the next level.  

Maybe your ultimate goal is becoming a Master of Wine, world’s most respected wine title.

In any case, wine education is the way to reach your wine goal. Start your WSET wine journey with Little Big Wines, your online wine school.

We offer three levels of the WSET Award in Wine courses: Level 1, 2 and 3. All courses are offered online and taught in English. Online learning allows you to access the wine study material from any part of the world, and at any time.

 

WHICH WSET COURSE IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

WSET Level 1 Award in Wines Online Wine Course

WSET 1

A great entry-course for those wanting to know about wine styles, grape varieties, food & wine pairing and correct service and storage of wines.

More details WSET Level 1
WSET Level 2 Award in Wines Online Wine Course

WSET 2

Our most popular wine course, teaching you about the key grape varieties grown around the world and the different styles of wine produced.

More details WSET Level 2
WSET Level 3 Award in Wines Online Wine Course

WSET 3

The most comprehensive course in our programme, with a focus both on tasting and on factors influencing the style, quality & price of wines globally.

More details WSET Level 3

test your wine knowledge here!

If you are not sure which WSET wine course to choose, please take the quizzes below.
They will give you an idea of the difficulty of each WSET level and may help you decide which level to start at.
Which course to go for will depend on other factors as well: how much time you are willing to invest and
whether you are studying simply for enjoyment or to further your wine career.

Quiz WSET Level 1

These are examples of the questions you should be able to answer by the end of the WSET Level 1 in Wines course.
The pass mark is 70%.

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The characteristic of red wine that comes from the grape skins is

2 / 10

Which style of wine is served coldest?

3 / 10

Sauternes is a

4 / 10

Which is a good example of a red wine with high tannin levels?

5 / 10

Which aromas and flavours indicate that a wine has been fermented or aged in oak barrels?

6 / 10

Which wine style is created by adding extra alcohol?

7 / 10

It is possible to make a white wine from black grapes.

8 / 10

Which grape varieties are more grown in warm climates?

9 / 10

What do grape vines need in order to grow?

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During alcoholic fermentation, yeast convert sugar into

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Quiz WSET Level 2

Once completed the WSET Level 2 in Wines course you are expected to correctly answer questions similar to the ones in this quiz. The pass mark is 55%.

1 / 10

What style of wine is usually produced in a cool climate?

2 / 10

Red wine production takes place in the following order

3 / 10

‘A sweet, fruity, light-bodied sparkling white wine with intense floral and fruity flavours’ best describes a

4 / 10

What flavours are associated with Pinotage?

5 / 10

Which one of the following pairs is correctly matched?

6 / 10

Which one of the following is the most important grape variety in Burgundy?

7 / 10

What style of wine is Oloroso?

8 / 10

In which country is DOC Priorat produced?

9 / 10

When tasting a wine, acidity is detected by

10 / 10

Lemon, gooseberry and grass are examples of

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Quiz WSET Level 3

At Level 3 the multiple choice part consists of questions like the ones below. The other parts are a tasting and a short-written answer paper. The pass mark is 55%.

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Which one of the following is correctly matched?

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Which one of the following is NOT a Portugese region?

3 / 10

Which one of the following factor is an important natural factor in the Mosel?

4 / 10

The cold Humboldt Current has a cooling influence on the coastal vineyard areas of which country?

5 / 10

Put the German Prädikat levels in the correct order from lower to higher must weight

6 / 10

Which one of the following is NOT an Austrian grape variety?

7 / 10

Which wine fault is identified by animal aromas, smoked meat and leather?

8 / 10

Which one of the following is NOT a style of sherry?

9 / 10

Sweetness in food can make a wine seem

10 / 10

What is the name given to the process of moving the bottle very slowly so the yeast sediment slowly slides down the side of the bottle to the neck of the bottle?

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