ThirtyFifty's Level 3 Wine Podcast is a fabulous resource for students studying the WSET Level 3 Award in Wine. We have taken the most relevant interviews from ThirtyFifty's UK Wine Show Podcast and put them all in one place and in the order that you would typically do the course in the classroom or online. Some of the shows as designed specifically to support the WSET Level 3 Wine Course, while others are interviews with leading wine experts covering topics from the syllabus.
ThirtyFifty's Level 3 Podcast IntroductionChris Scott is a WSET L3 certified educator and this podcast is designed to help you pass the WSET Level 3 Wine Exam.
WSET L3 Course Introduction with Victoria Burt MWVictoria Burt MW was responsible for the current syllabus and we discuss with her how students should approach the course.
Systematic Approach to TastingThirtyFiftys audio guide to the WSET Level 3 Tasting.
The Flavours in wineThis show is all about what the key flavours where they come from and what they mean. An important building block to smelling and tasting better.
How to improve your sense of smellStruggling to identify the flavours in wines, this show is all about how to imrpove you sense of smell.
Top tips on how to pass the WSET L3 tasting exam.Chris gives top tips on how to pass the WSET L3 tasting exam.
Top tips for the WSET L3 Wine Theory ExamThis podcast takes a deep dive into the WSET L3 wine theory exam, how to prepare what to expect and tips to focus your study.
Common Wine FaultsJamie Goode is an expert in the science of winemaking. His book Wine Science provides an indepth reference for wine producers across a range of issues. In this interview we explore common wine faults such as Brettanomyces and volatile acidity.
Products to help you pass your examsThirtyFifty has a number of products that are designed to help students pass there exams, including tasting Support and Exam Questions.
Viticultre Overview with Siobhan Harnett from Cloudy BaySioban Harnett is viticulturist at Cloudy Bay, the iconic New Zealand winery. We find out how the vines are trained and managed to suit the growing conditions of the Marlborough region.