Certified Specialist of Wine (CSW) Online

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January 4, 2020 (Sat)

San Francisco Wine School
415 Grand Avenue, Suite 301
South San Francisco, CA 94080

View Map  |   650-763-1324

Cost: $1095 (Installment Plan Available)

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Wine     Weekly Event     Tasting (sit down)     Educational    
TAKE YOUR WINE KNOWLEDGE TO THE NEXT LEVEL: An Exclusive 9-week program to prepare for the notoriously rigorous CSW credential exam.

Our 9-week Certified Specialist of Wine Online program was created by Master Sommelier David Glancy to fully prepare students for the notoriously rigorous CSW exam.  David knows CSW better than most. He is one of only 12 Master Sommeliers in the world to achieve Society of Wine Educator's top credential, Certified Wine Educator. He also sits on the Board of Directors for Society of Wine Educators.

Certified Specialist of Wine Online is also enjoyed by any student looking to enhance their knowledge of wine tasting, terminology, composition, chemistry, flaws, viticulture, enology, labels, laws and wine regions of the world.

The program is part of the Glancy eWine School and includes university style curriculum with personalized online instruction, engaging student interaction and creative weekly tasting assignments expertly designed to bring the classroom to you!  Each week, students will tackle a new subject in our virtual classroom with an industry leading instructor, engage in discussion with their peers, and complete weekly in-depth tasting assignments.

Students can procure a Certified Specialist of Wine Study Guide in paperback or Kindle formats on Amazon.  Email help@sfwineschool.com for instructions on ordering.


Session 1
Orientation Jan 5-11
Class Jan12-Mar 14
Complete Exam at Pearson Vue by Jan 4, 2021

Session 2
Orientation May 24-30
Class May 31- Aug 1
Complete Exam at Pearson Vue by May 23, 2021

Session 3
Orientation Oct 11-17
Class Oct 18 - Dec 19
Complete Exam at Pearson Vue by Oct 10, 2021



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