Join Anne McHale MW and Tim Atkin MW at this illuminating masterclass, focused on specific Chile Theory topics from the D3 module of the WSET Diploma
🍷 The focus will be firmly on the D3 Theory specification, past/potential exam topics and areas where you could benefit from more context and explanation of the content in the D3 book.
🍷 Having the opportunity to learn from Tim about Chile in more depth than the scope of the book permits will allow you to add colour and understanding to an exam answer, should a question on this core region appear
🍷 You will also find that his expertise will help to bring these topics alive for you more than the book, which will in turn help you to remember them more easily!
🍷 Many of the concepts covered will have application across other exam questions even if these particular topics don’t appear.
🍷 This masterclass took place live on Wednesday 5th April; however you are still welcome to sign up and you will receive the recording straightaway by email. It will remain accessible until the end of April 2023.
🍷 Non-D3 and non-WSET Diploma students are very welcome to register, on the understanding that the focus will remain very much on D3
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D3 Guest Expert Series:
Tim Atkin MW on Chile
Wednesday 5th April 6pm UK time
This masterclass has already taken place, but until the end of April 2023 you can still sign up and will be sent a recording. Read what one participant had to say!
‘I found Tim’s colourful insights and expert narrative the perfect study antidote to the traditional WSET study book. This has accelerated my learning outcomes for the Chilean wine region…. engaging, informative and, above all, helping make learning fun!’
Graham Perryman, D3 Student
Tim is an award-winning UK wine journalist with an international following. He writes for Harpers and Decanter, and has his own, award-winning website, timatkin.com.
Tim has contributed to a number of books on wine and has judged wines in the UK, France, Italy, the United States, Argentina, Spain, South Africa, Chile and Australia and is co-chairman of the London-based International Wine Challenge, the world’s biggest and most rigorously judged blind tasting competition.
Amongst his many other achievements, Tim is widely respected for his regular ‘Special Reports’ on a range of wine regions, including Chile which is the topic of this masterclass.
Anne was a role model when I studied for the WSET Diploma and she remains an inspiration today. One of the best coaches I’ve ever come across.