WSET Level 1 Spirits Online Course
Over 4 weeks of online study, under the guidance of an experienced IWC instructor, you'll learn about the main styles and categories of spirits, the defining characteristics of the main spirits types, the production processes and vessels used in making spirits, and the key principles involved in the storage and service of spirits — as well as a standardized method for tasting spirits.
Registration deadline is February 8, 2021
- 21 years of age
Complete Enrollment Agreement
- Select and complete the corresponding Enrollment Agreement for your course – Sign three times on second page.
- This must be completed. You will need to upload it during the registration process.
Registration Fee: $14
Exam Date & Time
45-minute exam consisting of 30 multiple choice questions. Your exam will take place via secure remote online proctoring in a private environment of your choice using a desktop or laptop computer AND your cell phone. Further details are available here.
Your exam is Wednesday, March 31, 2021 at 11am. You may reschedule your exam date with three week’s notice to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may schedule an in-person paper exam in NYC by withdrawing from your scheduled remote exam with three weeks prior notice and requesting an alternate exam format and date.
Exam Opt-Out date is February 25, 2021
Detailed Course Schedule
Date:Monday, February 8, 2021
Date:Monday, February 22, 2021
Topic:Module 1: Course Introduction; Spirits Production
Date:Monday, March 1, 2021
Topic:Module 2: Brandy and Vodka
Date:Monday, March 8, 2021
Topic:Module 3: Rum and Whisk(e)y
Date:Monday, March 15, 2021
Topic:Module 4: Flavored Spirits and Liqueurs; Storage and Service of Spirit
Date:Wednesday, March 31, 2021
Topic:Exam: Wednesday, March 31, 2021 @ 11am
Your Level 1 Spirits Study Guide is part of your online study
Refund Policy & Student Disclosure
Please download the Student Disclosure document from the link below. This is an official document for all students registered in Private Career Schools licensed by the NYS Department of Education.
If your study plans are suddenly interrupted, you may seek a refund. When withdrawing from a class, please be aware that you must submit a written notice of withdrawal from the registered class and a written request for a refund. More details can be found by clicking the Refund Policy link.Refund PolicyStudent DisclosureIWC Catalog
Meet the Instructor
Julie Margolis, DipWSET
A teacher at heart, Julie Margolis is a wine educator who believes that learning about wine can be just as enjoyable as drinking it. As owner of Glass…Learn More