Online Class Premier Host
Includes online study materials; sake tasting samples selected by Caroline Hermann, MW; online class session on Zoom; and the online, remotely invigilated examination
The course includes the processes and principles involved in the production, storage, and service of sake, as well as tasting, and the online, remotely invigilated exam (30 multiple choice questions in 45 minutes). Upon successful completion of the exam, students will be awarded the WSET Level 1 Award in Sake.
Monday, September 26: Wine sample pickups at the Capital Wine School between 12pm – 5pm
Tuesday, September 27: Level 1 Sake class #1 6:30pm – 9:00pm on Zoom
Wednesday, September 28: Level 1 Sake class #2 – 6:30pm – 9:00pm on Zoom
Wednesday, October 19: Online, remotely invigilated exam from 10:00am – 10:45am
Caroline Hermann MW, WSET Certified Sake Educator, Certified Sake Professional
EXAM INFORMATION (the exam takes 45 minutes to complete)
Registrants should access the “RI-Candidate Information” document in the FAQ section of the website under “Can I Take My WSET Exam Online” to determine if this method of exam delivery is right for you.
Classroom time + exam:
6 hours of “guided learning hours” (includes 45 min exam)
30 multiple choice questions in 45 minutes
70% to pass (no merit or distinction awarded)
Registration deadline: The registration deadline for this course is 8:00am on September 26 . There are no cancellations or refunds available within 7 days of the course start date.
Wine sample/study guide pickups: Please make a note of the wine sample/study guide pickup date mentioned in the schedule above, as it will not appear on your registration confirmation. We cannot accommodate requests for wine sample pickups in advance of the date/times mentioned above. Students who are unable to come to the school to pick up their wine samples and study guide may have their materials shipped to them for an additional shipping fee – please email email@example.com for more information. Requests for shipping must be received no later than August 14. Materials will ship to arrive the day before class, and we cannot accommodate requests for materials to arrive earlier than the day before class.
Invitation to join course: Zoom invitations will be emailed the day of the first class and may not have an @capitalwineschool.com suffix if it comes directly from the instructor teaching the class/course.
*The Capital Wine School makes every effort to record each class and to make the recorded session available to participating students for up to one week after the scheduled class. While we have been able to successfully record these sessions for the vast majority of our classes, occasionally a technical glitch or human error will result in a failure to record some or all of a class. The Capital Wine School will not offer refunds or other concessions for classes that a student is unable to attend live, and for which a recorded session is unavailable due to an unexpected error. It is for this reason that we strongly encourage students to try to attend the live, online class session(s) as scheduled whenever possible.