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BOSTON – The French Cultural Center presents The French Wine Scholar Program here February 24-May 19, 2014.
Facilitated by Jo-Ann Ross, FWS, the program’s wines will be supplied by Winestone in Chestnut Hill, MA.
The program is the highest complete level of French Wine Studies for wine professionals and enthusiast, says Ross, and is endorsed by Wines of France, the French National Wine Office and the US wine industry.
The French Cultural Center will partner with Jo-Ann Ross on this intermediate advanced, in-depth program.
The fee includes five three-hour classes covering 13 French wine regions, an on-line program for home study accessible 24/7, “Taste of France” wine tasting program conducted by Jay Youmans, MW, regular on-line quizzes, wines from each region, review session and examination.
Reta Martin of Resource Plus, producers of the Boston Wine Expo, declares: “The French Wine Scholar Program is one of the finest programs of French wine studies I have encountered. In addition, Jo-Ann Ross, as a facilitator, adds her superb teaching expertise to the material. This is the best way I know to dive into French wines for trade or French wine enthusiasts.”
The examination of 100 multiple-choice questions is not mandatory, but only the successful completion of the examination with a score of 75 or higher confers the FSW post-nominal.
The program fee is $500 or $450 for FCC members and $300 for returning students. Register by contacting the French Cultural Center in Boston’s Back Bay at 617-912-0400. For more information, contact Jo-Ann Ross at jross@jrosswine.com.

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