Registration Last Call for What Students Call the “Simply Perfect” Specialist of Texas Wine Level 1 Class this September Live Via Zoom

Doc Russ, Texas Wineslinger

Want to know more about the Texas wine industry, history, its evolution and how to pick the best Texas wines? Well, now it is easier than ever to get certified as a Specialist of Texas Wine from Dr. Russ Kane and the Texas Wine School.

The next upcoming Level 1 class is scheduled for two consecutive Wednesday evenings September 13th and 20th (6:30-9:30p CT), with the 1 hour examination given on Thursday September 21st. This arrangement makes it easier since there are now only two evenings to commit with longer sessions. The classes are presented live via Zoom by Dr. Russ Kane Texas wine writer, educator, naturalist and VintageTexas blogger. Register now (click here) to receive your six wine set in September in time for the class.

Reviews from Level 1 students include the following:

“Simply Perfect!”

“This class met my expectations and the material provided was of high quality.”

“I learned about the history of Texas winemaking and the important milestones in the transition to the modern industry”.

“Texas Tempranillo and Aglianico will now be on my watch list.”

Paid Students attending the course will receive six pre-selected wines for joint tasting during class from the Texas Wine School. Also included is a copy of Dr. Kane’s book, “The Wineslinger Chronicles: Texas on the Vine” that was made part of The Grover E. Murray Culture in the American Southwest historical book series.  The class also features guest presenters actively involved in the Texas wine industry.

This is the 8th year that this popular course has been held with now over 300 certified Specialist of Texas Wine respectfully wearing the silver lapel pin that displays their accomplishment and state of Texas wine knowledge. Now that the class is presented via Zoom, certified specialists come from all parts of Texas, and we now have Texas wine specialists certified in Colorado, California and Louisiana.

This course covers:

  1. Details of each wine region, including location, geologic history, soils, climate and leading grape varieties grown in the region.”
  2. The evolution of Texas winemaking from its early Spanish and immigrant European period (1600-1800) and early post-Prohibition (1940-1990) and modern period (1990-present), with a focus on winemaking techniques and grape varieties
  3. The links and contrasts between Texas wines and their old & new world counterparts through lectures and guided and blind tastings with benchmark wines.
If you don’t know this person, you really need to take this course!

For more information and registration on the Texas Wine School’s website for the Fall 2023 Level 1 Specialist of Texas Wine Class, please click here.

For those who already have their Level 1 certification or will be certified by taking the September class, you can get more information and registration details for our next Level 2 Advanced Specialist of Texas Wine certification course. It is scheduled to start on October 18th and will be held on four subsequent Wednesday evenings (yes four sessions – its the deep dive with blending exercises, too) from 6:30 to 9:30p CT presented live via Zoom, click here. And, it comes with a Gold STW lapel pin, as well.

We hope to see you in either the Level 1 or Level 2 class, or perhaps both. Cheers!

Taste and learn in the Specialist of Texas Wine Level 1 certification course.
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