Author: WIA

WIA - The Wine International Association

Wineries in Colombia  Wine culture in Colombia is practically nonexistent and is related distinctly with uncommon occasions. There is a deception that the grape has its…

Wineries in Russia The vast majority of Russia’s territory is unsuitable for the grape growing, with most of the production concentrated in the southern regions of…

What’s a home-cooked meal without an equally palate-pleasing bottle of wine to pair with it—or vice versa? Some dishes just seem to taste even more delicious when they’re…

To some, there are just two types of wine: red wines and white wines. To others, there are endless combinations of varietals, locations, and vintages that produce continuously unique bottles…

Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewery – Kobe, Japan Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewing was founded in 1659, when Japan was ruled by Ietsuna, the fourth Tokugawa shogun. Customers simply do…

The Neptune School of Wine NeptuneWineTM is Southern California’s premier source for Wine Education, offering Wine and Spirit Education Trust  Courses, or WSET, through The Neptune School of…

International Wine & Spirits Guild The International Wine & Spirits Guild was established to encourage study to develop technical understanding and increased knowledge of wine at…

INTERNATIONAL SOMMELIER GUILD The International Sommelier Guild is the world’s best leading licensed provider of Sommelier education incorporating several additional multi discipline branches. With an educational…

National Wine School The school offers the highest level of sommelier certification in the United States. Their programs are comparable to the Court of Master Sommeliers…

San Francisco Wine School After David Glancy, MS, CWE created the groundbreaking Certified Sommelier Program at Professional Culinary Institute (now ICC) he was repeatedly asked: What certifications do I need…