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December 31, 2007


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Good luck Sasha!

I look forward to reading more of your travails in 2008!

Best of luck. I plan on taking the advanced course this Spring, but it sounds like light lifting compared to this. Looking forward to reading your dispatches!

Good luck Sasha - very impressive and I hope to take on the same daunting adventure sometime in the hopefully near future. I am planning on taking the advanced WSET in Feb.



Best of Luck, I hear it is very grueling but I am sure you will be fine.

Look forward to the updates.

Good luck, I am doing the diploma as well, I would suggest that you start a tasting group as well. it really help spread the cost of the wines you need to taste. Most people find that the classsroom time alone was not enough to pass the tasting end of the exam. Most people fail the tasting portion. Lots of luck!


I too am starting the Unit 3 WIne Diploma course on Jan 15. I am taking it in NYC. If you are taking it there, I would be interested in:
1) having a study group/tasting group
2) exchanging our own essay type questions based on each of our notes. This helped me pass Unit 2 exam.

I do have just about all of the wine books on the WSET recommended list of wine reading and I live a few subway stops from the school in NYC.

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