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WSET Level 2 Wine Kit 2


WSET Level 2 Wine Kit 2

Moving deep into Italy with a little Spain and Alsace covered as well. This kit continues to provide palate expanding flavors and experiences to support the Level 2 coursework.

Covering more of the recommended varietals and regions. This kit has 50ml PET bottles of classic old world wines including:
Domaine Dupeuble Beaujolais (A29)
In the hamlet of Le Breuil, deep in the southern Beaujolais and perched above a narrow creek, the Domaine Dupeuble has been running almost continuously since 1512.
Lamadrid Malbec (A34)
Lamadrid winery is in one of the oldest and most premier growing regions in Argentina: Agrelo, "the land of Malbec," Mendoza. Lamadrid's mission is to be the best representation of its Agrelo terroir.
Emile Beyer Gewurtztraminer (A35)
Emile Beyer is a family estate located in the heart of the Alsace wine region. The firm of Emile Beyer is under the guidance of Christian Beyer, who represents the 14th generation of the Beyer Family of wine growers in the charming village of Eguisheim, the birthplace and very heart of Alsace wine production. The region is a mosaic composed of chalky marl, sandstone and clay in varying proportions from one plot to the next. The vineyards benefit from the wealth of these diverse terroirs, which combined with the unique microclimate, enables the vine to reach its highest potential
Brigaldara Soave Classico (A36)
For our Soave we only employ one grape variety: Garganega. A large sparse bunch and a medium-sized berry are the typical features of this autochthonous variety of the eastern part of Verona. Through selective cryoextraction - a partial freezing of the grapes - we preserve the natural aromas and flavours of the grape and prevent oxidation, bringing in the glass all the aromatic potential of the fresh Garganega grapes.
Baron de Ley Rioja (A37)
Barón de Ley is a winery located in Spain’s most celebrated wine region, Rioja, a privileged terroir to farm and craft premium quality wines. Housed in a centuries-old monastery, where the monks made wine more than 500 years ago, Barón de Ley was founded in 1985 as a ground-breaking project in DOCa Rioja: a vineyard-focused winery inspired by the Médoc châteaux.
Condes Albarei Albarinjo (A38)
A small group of farmers dedicated to sustainable viticulture make this affordable but high-quality Albarino. Bright peach and apricot shine brightest with some tropical notes of pineapple and passion fruit. Also has some delicate orange blossom and citrus hints joined with some wet stone.
Lelia Garnacha (A39)
Leila winery is a part of Bodegas Sucessores de Manuel Piquer, located in Muel, Spain. They produce wine bearing the Carinean D.O Designation. Carinena, The historically dominant town of the region also lends its name to the indigenous varietal (Carignan in France). Bodegas Sucesores de Manuel Piquer was founded by Manuel Piquer Guimera in 1963 and has since been fully modernized. Mr. Piquer has done an excellent job of working within the constraints of this hot, dry climate to limit the yield and control the alcohol. His resulting Garnacha wine is exciting and well-balanced.
Koyle Carmenere (A40)
Viña Koyle was born from the tradition that the family Undurraga carry in their blood; a family dedicated to winemaking for more than 6 generations, started by Francisco Undurraga Vicuña in 1885. In 2006, Alfonso Undurraga Mackenna bought the Los Lingues estate and immediately began with his son, Cristobal, to plant the mountains with red grape varieties, starting the story of Koyle Family Vineyards.
Paitin Starda Nebbiolo (A42)
Starda is a name of an ancient family of notary, after them was named an house and a small street that runs along the bottom of Serraboella. The soil of the bottom of Serraboella, more sandy and fresher gives gentle nebbiolos but preserving their superior class.
Lionello Marchesi Chianti Classico (A43)
Taking over and restoring a historic monastery from the year 1000, in Castelnuovo Berardenga , the heart of the Sienese Chianti Classico , he created a prestigious agricultural and residential complex, the current Castello di Monastero . The attention is focused on the territory and the grape variety: the wines must be an expression of these two components, and highlight their best character through a wise management of the vineyard, harvest, vinification and aging.
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