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ThirtyFifty's WSET L3 Wines Podcast

In this section you will find UK Wine Show Podcast episodes that cover many of the key areas in the WSET L3 Award in Wines Course. We have taken the most relevant interviews from the UK Wine Show Podcast and put them all in one place and in the order that you would typically do the course.

Think of these as support materials, be warned they do not cover the course exactly so we suggest you read the appropriate specification before listening to each section.

WSET Level 3 Introduction

WSET Level 3 Introduction

Welcome, we hope this audio guide will help you in preparing for your Level 3 exam. There are two types of files. Key files with the heading starting Level 3 .... Related Interviews are extra interviews on the topic but may include additional information not required to pass the course. More information »

WSET's Level 3 Systematic Approach to Tasting

WSET's Level 3 Systematic Approach to Tasting

The Level 3 SAT builds on the Level 2. We talk with Godfrey Spence about what is new. You may want to listen to the Level 2 SAT below before hand if you want to brush up. It is best listened to with the SAT sheet and a glass of wine to hand.
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Jamie Goode on wine faults

Jamie Goode is an expert in the science of winemaking. His book Wine Science provides an indepth reference for wine producers across a range of issues. In this interview we explore common wine faults such as Brettanomyces and volatile acidity.
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WSET Level 2 Wine Tasting and the Systematic Approach to Tasting

WSET have formalised how to taste wine using the Systematic Approach to Tasting (SAT). We talk with Godfrey Spence on how to taste wines the WSET SAT way. It is best listened to with a glass of red wine in front of you.
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Burgundy Overview with Olivier Normand

Burgundy Overview with Olivier Normand

Olivier Normand is a Burgundy courtier who acts as the export department for many small growers. Olivier gives us an overview of the region and the appellation system.
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Chablis with Nathalie and Gilles Fevre of Domaine Fevre

Nathalie and Gilles Fevre are the owners of Domaine Fevre in Chablis. We find out about the region and the wines of this famous French appellation.
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Burgundy with Pierre Boillot

Domaine Lucien Boillot is a wine estate in Burgundy producing wine in Gevrey-Chambertin, Pommard and Volnay. We find out about the different styles of Pinot Noir.
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Beaujolais Nouveau  with Christophe Coquard

We talk with Christophe Coquard about Beaujolais Nouveau, the region, grape varieties and some of the unique methods in making Beaujolais Nouveau.
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Cru Beaujolais with Christophe Coquard

In this show this week we talk to Christophe about the 12 appellations of Beaujolais with a focus on the 10 Cru Beaujolais, the highest category of classification in the region.
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Level 3 Greek Wines

Level 3 Greek Wines

Konstantinos Lazarakis MW tells us about the different grape varieties and regions of his homeland Greece. We hear about the appellation system in Greece and talk about the traditional Greek wine, Retsina.
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Italian wine with Ian D'Agata

Italian wine with Ian D'Agata

Ian D'Agata is an expert on regional Italian food and wine and managing director of the International Wine Academy of Rome. Ian gives an overview of the regions and key grape varieties to help get our heads around Italian wine.
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Barolo with Enrico Rivetto

The Rivetto family began producing wine in 1902 in the province of Piedmont in North West Italy. In this second interview with Enrico Rivetto we find out more about his Barolo wines.
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Piedmont with Enrico Rivetto

The Rivetto family began producing wine in 1902 in the province of Piedmont in North West Italy. In this third and final interview with Enrico Rivetto we find out more about the Piedmont region.
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Level 3 Central Italy

We talk with winemaker and writer Monty Walden about some of the regions in Central Italy. We also talk about the common use of French grapes in Tuscan wines and the Brunello di Montalcino, where the wines must be 100% Sangiovese.
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Our clients say...

My wife and I were on your One Day Wine Course on Saturday, a Christmas present from our son, and we want to thank you for a brilliant day.  Your presentation was excellent, very informative and great fun.  We learnt a lot and we'll now enjoy our wine all the more.  Thank you very much.  We will be recommending ThirtyFifty to all our friends

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Over 500 multi-choice & short written answer questions to help you pass the WSET L3 Award in Wines, available for £20.

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