Washington State University Tri-Cities has launched a new online Wine Tasting Room Certificate that trains winery and tasting room servers on wine business customer service, knowledge of Washington wines, sensory attributes of wine, as well as suggestions for selling wine.
The course, which costs $249, is comprised of four modules that take approximately eight hours to complete:
For more information on the Wine Tasting Room Certificate program and to sign-up, visit tricities.wsu.edu/wine-tasting-room-training.
Within the modules, individuals who complete the course will learn about:
For questions about the Wine Tasting Room Certificate program, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
WSU Tri-Cities is one of few universities nationwide that feature both programs in wine and beverage business management and wine science on the same campus. It is home to the Ste. Michelle Wine Estates WSU Wine Science Center – one of only a handful of comprehensive wine research facilities in the world.
For more information on WSU Tri-Cities’ wine and beverage business management program, visit tricities.wsu.edu/business/undergraduate/wbm. For more information on WSU Tri-Cities’ viticulture and enology (wine science) program, visit tricities.wsu.edu/wine-science-degree.
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