Le Cordon Bleu
Diploma in Wine, Gastronomy and Management
This very practical and hands on Diploma is one of the UK’s most innovative and professional wine programmes that ties the theory of wine knowledge in with field trips to renowned wineries, breweries and distilleries.
Developed by Le Cordon Bleu London’s Master Sommelier, students will learn how to turn a concept into a business venture, how to support a strategic business plan and how to brand and market a product before the course culminates in a pop up wine tasting event.
The comprehensive programme which is taught through practical learning is aimed at those who want to turn their passion for food and wine into their career. This Le Cordon Bleu Diploma is the first step to becoming equipped with the skills to succeed and excel in a commercial environment.
High school diploma or equivalent, evidence of English language. All students must be aged 18 years or over.
- Wine sensory analysis
- Wine producing Countries and Regions
- Wine production
- Other alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages
- Market research and business
- Hospitality and events
- Food and wine matching
Approx 22 hours per week
The course costs £12,500. The course fee includes learning materials, subscription to Jancis Robinson's Purple Pages, personal licence course.
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