In the first of three podcasts on blind tasting we Interview Antony Moss MW, Research & Development Director of the Wine and Spirit Education Trust (WSET)
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great podcast, is the study guide for blind tasting that is mentioned available online yet?
Interesting to hear this from a different tasting point of view and with a different rhythm going through the wines. Always useful to hear other people's markers/deal breakers for grapes and growing regions. Thank you.
Loved this podcast!
I recently just joined a blind-tasting group and have been learning so much, but I have a natural approach that is more similar to the WSET framework, and find the time-limit to be the toughest challenge. Even before I joined the group, I started to document my tastings, since I found that looking up the details, and writing down everything really helped inform what I was tasting and why I got it wrong (shameless plug, but maybe others will find it helpful): blindlyguessinggrapes.squarespace.com
Also, for our tasting group, I started a little way for us to document our tastings there too...
Maybe this will help others studying for upcoming exams!
Thanks so much again for all the great learning materials!
I really enjoyed listening. Hearing the deductive reasoning process done aloud is helpful. Seeing as I will be sitting for level 2 in a few weeks, it is good to know that an MW will not be 100% all the time. Excited for the next podcast.
Loved the podcasts! Great way to make my commute informative. Keep them coming, and thank you!!!