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Introductory course: Dublin
The Institute of Masters of Wine are organising an introductory course to be held on 29 February and 1 March 2020 in Dublin, Ireland.
The course will be led by Lynne Coyle MW, Barbara Boyle MW and Mick O'Connell MW. They will explain the MW approach to the examination syllabus with a special focus on the writing and tasting skills required to become a Master of Wine. The class will include several tastings of different wines from different regions of the world. As well as tastings throughout the day, lunches and a dinner on the Saturday evening are included as part of the programme.
Attendees who are eligible to join the MW study programme in June 2020 will be given a discounted rate from the normal application fee.
Date: 29 February – 1 March 2020
Location: The O'Briens Wine School, 30 Donnybrook Road, Donnybrook, D4
Open to: Interested professionals who are highly motivated in relation to the wine world and the culture of wine. The whole class will be given in English. Meeting the requirements for the MW study programme is not a prerequisite for attending the weekend. However, attendees wishing to be considered for entry to the MW study programme must meet the entrance requirements – see here for more information.
Fee: €500 including VAT (an invoice will be issued on registration)
Questions? Please contact Robyn Harris, Study Programme Support Officer