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WSET Level 2 Award in Wines

WSET Level 2 Award in Wines – This fun wine course, being held at Penn Croft Vineyards in Crondall, near Fleet in North East Hampshire, is suited to those with a beginner or intermediate level of wine knowledge. For those wishing to travel by rail, a complimentary transfer will be provided from and to Hook rail station (London Waterloo to Basingstoke line). The course provides in-depth global wine knowledge supported by tasting around 40 wine samples from around the world (included in price).

Timings: 9AM – 5.30PM Tuesdays: 9th, 16th and 23rd May plus Tuesday 30th May (one hour exam at 11AM).

Fees include:

  • WSET course materials
  • A set of tasting glasses
  • Around 40 wine samples
  • Three full days with a WSET approved educator, plus examination (one-hour)

Students should allow private study time of around 20 hours.

Please note that the nearest place to buy lunch (Crondall Village Stores) is a 20 minute walk or a two minute drive from this venue. You are welcome to bring your own refreshments (microwave available). Tea and coffee will be provided.


"Made at contract winery Itasca by Ben Smith, who was responsible for making my highest scoring English wine of all time (2018 Oxney Chardonnay), I have no problem declaring that this is the UK’s finest Pinot Blanc to date.

The fruit comes from the Missing Gate Vineyard in Essex, where it was hand-picked and whole bunch pressed into third fill Burgundy barrels. I was lucky enough to taste a bottle late last year, and it is as lively and energetic as any white wine you will taste.

A low sulphur regime and minimal fining have left the beautiful fruit to romance your senses. This is a truly brilliant wine with sensational depth, complexity and length. It is not slippery and smooth like an Alsatian PB, but grainy, combative and textural like an epic Chablis. It is nothing short of stunning, and it is certainly the epitome of brave winemaking."