Wine training for trade
Premier Wine Training offers wine training for trade, including hospitality and retail sectors. Building on product knowledge, we focus also on the sell-through process. Research conducted jointly by the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) and a leading UK retailer showed that a £4,000 investment in training resulted in a sales increase of
Premier Wine Training brings the secrets of the vineyard to life, with wine courses held at all levels for professionals and private wine drinkers, helping you make more informed decisions around wine. Try a one day wine appreciation course, and you will soon find yourself wanting to study for internationally recognised WSET qualifications!
Corporate and Private Wine Tastings offered
Premier Wine Training now offers corporate wine tastings and private wine tastings. Wine events are a fantastic way to entertain clients, reward staff, or just provide entertainment! The relaxed environment, interesting content, lively presentation style, coupled with appreciation of the wine itself are key components to delivering a memorable evening!
Membership in the Wine Scholar Guild provides allows wine professionals and enthusiasts at all levels to keep their knowledge current. It provides access to webinars and podcasts that shed insight into current wine trends and issues, wine and food pairing & more, all delivered by top experts in their field.
Maureen O'Hara at Premier Wine Training has 20 years experience in the wine trade, and her passion for wine has been described as 'infectious.' Whether at a wine tasting course or a 2 hour wine evening event, Maureen's style and knowledge will give you a boost. Click through to 'Testimonials' to read what others have to say about her.
Food and Wine
"Ladies and gentlemen, for both players, enjoy your Champagne, but please don't open it on the court please." WIMBLEDON UMPIRE, 2019 This plea was made when two rogue corks flew onto the court … [Read More...]
Ch. Larose Trintaudon Médoc went down a treat at my one-day wine course recently, and people licked their lips when I recommended lamb as a food pairing. If you’re lucky enough to have roast leg … [Read More...]
With a bit more time on my hands, and in between creating online wine courses, I finally cracked the recipe for slow-cooked belly pork, using a recipe for Char Siu Pork. It was melt in the mouth … [Read More...]