Pursue a career in the production and marketing of wine

TAFE SA wine and viticulture courses prepare you for a fruitful career in the wine industry. You can choose to focus on the cultivation and development of vines or wine and regional food production. Other topics include processing and evaluation, marketing, packaging and identifying tourism opportunities.

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John is the sommelier/restaurant supervisor at The Hill of Grace Restaurant at Adelaide Oval. His true passion is food and wine, so he took the WSET Level 2 and 3 courses at TAFE SA which helped him to understand the science behind tasting.

WSET Level 2 Award in Wine and Spirits
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Wine & Spirit Education Trust

TAFE SA’s Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET®) courses promise to improve your knowledge of the ever-increasing variety of wines and spirits being produced in the world today.

Founded in the UK in 1969, the WSET program leads the field in accredited, systematic approaches to qualifications in wine and spirits. WSET has grown into the foremost international body in the field of wines and spirits education, with a suite of sought-after qualifications.

TAFE SA is proud to be a licenced Approved Programme Provider, offering Levels 1, 2 and 3. Face-to-face classes and external study options are available.

Whether you are in the trade or a true enthusiast, a WSET qualification will enhance your knowledge of the fast-growing variety of wines and spirits available.