Your health and well-being are our top concern. Amidst the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak, we have implemented the following measures to ensure everyone comes to our class with absolute peace of mind.
Upon arrival at our venue, a check on body temperature will be performed, and everyone will be required to wear a mask. Seats will be arranged at distance with individual partitions set up to ensure maximum protection during tasting. Hand sanitiser will be provided for use as well.
Our venue is cleaned and disinfected before and after every session.
For those of you who come from outside Hong Kong, an electronic health questionnaire will be distributed to you prior to your visit, to collect information about your recent travel history and physical conditions. Information will only be used for security measures when necessitated by authority.
Level 1 provides a basic introduction to the main styles of wines. This program is ideal for those who want to know and learn more about wine and wine and food pairing techniques for personal interest and be confident in selecting and talking about wines in social settings.Learn More
Level 2 is recommended for those who have a simple level of wine and spirits knowledge and work in hotel, bar, restaurant, wine retail, wholesale, importer, distributor, and technology sectors.Learn More
Students registered for a course will be registered for the exam date related to that course. Please email email@example.com at least 14 working days before your examination to notify us if you cannot attend the scheduled examination. Any changes in the date of the exam and session will incur an administrative charge of $300 per exam date or session change.
MWM Wine School has introduced a bi-weekly series of 12-bottle tastings, presented in the style of Masters of Wine mock exams. It offers the ideal opportunity to taste under exam conditions, and prepare students for the rigorous exams they will inevitably face as part of the MW studies.
Debra is actively involved in wine selection and examination questions. And although a post-tasting tutorial or debriefing by Debra is not part of this series, Debra is often in the office during the tastings, and if so, she will generally drop in to comment and mentor on a voluntary basis (given her widely-known passion for teaching!).
1) Successfully enrolled in Master of Wine Programme
2) Graduates of WSET Diploma level or another wine qualification of at least a comparable standard who wish to apply the MW Programme