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Both the trade press and the general public refer to Ecole du Vin as the leading provider of oenology courses.
Ecole du Vin de France is one of France's major schools of oenology, with over 15,000 students. Present in Hong Kong over the last year, the first courses will be offered in October 2011.
Although there are already organizations that offer courses, this will be the first school centred on fine wines in Asia. This training is offered by a teaching staff composed of renowned experts from France with extensive knowledge of vintages, winemakers and wine regions. The training lasts 20 hours and covers several themes: wines from Bordeaux and from Burgundy, food and wine pairings and so on. Ecole du Vin de France plans to welcome 200 students this year and up to 500 students next year.
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France 2 - France's largest television channel
Olivier Thiénot was the guest of Stéphane Bern, a famous French television host.
Watch the video of the show.
Hachette Wine Guide - France's most important wine guide
"The Hachette Wine Guide is the preferred partner of Ecole du Vin and recommends Ecole du Vin for the quality of its oenology courses."
La Revue du Vin de France - A prestigious publication about the French wine world.
"Through his Ecole du Vin de Paris created in 2003, Olivier Thiénot invites you to learn the fundamentals of wine tasting. Courses and workshops are organized around seven 2.5 hour à la carte sessions. Olivier Thiénot nonetheless recommends starting with the "The Art of Wine Tasting" session. Olivier Thiénot's courses are a great way to discover the magical world of wine tasting."
Elle - A prestigious fashion magazine
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Grazia - France's trendy women's magazine
Bread, circuses and... wine! After Paris and Lyon, Ecole du Vin opens in the Couvent des Minimes Alliance Hotel in Lille. Ready to start tasting?