We present to your attention the project of the first in South of Russia «Mozart Wine House» Sommelier Academy, which welcomed first students in February 2009.
«Mozart Wine House» Sommelier Academy is:
- the unique educational institution in South of Russia to possess a license for educational activity in sphere of wine culture (license № 12361 d/d 14.08.2008, appendix № 2 d/d 30.04.2009);
- a professionally equipped auditorium for lectures and wine tasting lessons for 20 seats;
- qualified lecturers team;
- wide choice of wines for tastings;
- professional glasses and equipment for wine tastings.
The trustee of the Academy is the Eastern-European Association of Sommeliers and Experts.
The Academy provides services on vocational training of experts of the alcohol market sommelier, waiters, кавистов, as well as courses on various subjects and duration for connoisseurs, deeply interested in the issues of wine. The best graduates of the Academy provides assistance in finding a job in the best restaurants of the South of Russia.
For training the staff of restaurants Academy promotes caterers in the regulation of contractual relations with employees, trainees.
The comprehensive training of the personnel of the restaurant is also granted a certificate confirming the compliance of the professional level of the staff of the highest international standards.
In the course of further cooperation with the restaurant staff, who graduated from the courses of the Academy of Sommeliers Mozart Wine House, receive regular check of knowledge and skills within the established deadlines.
Academy of sommeliers
str. Pushkinskaya, 29
Tel: +7 (863) 206-15-15
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