Five new Masters of Wine announced

29th February, 2016 by Patrick Schmitt - This article is over multiple pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6

The Institute of Masters of Wine has welcomed five new MWs to the organisation this morning, including its first Czech, Malaysian and Israeli members.

IMWThe new Masters of Wine (MWs), who have all been told the good news today, include a winemaker, two wine buyers, a marketing manager and the owner of a hospitality training business, and come from four countries: along with the countries mentioned above, two of the new members hail from Switzerland.

Following last year’s record crop of new MWs, the number worldwide now totals 345.

The Masters of Wine Examination consists of three stages, including Theory and Practical Exams, and culminates in the submission of a final Research Paper, an in-depth study on a wine-related topic from any area of the sciences, arts, humanities, or social sciences.

db wishes all the new MWs, who can be viewed over the following pages, its warmest congratulations.

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3 Responses to “Five new Masters of Wine announced”

  1. Meir says:

    A lot of congrats and good luck to new M.W.s, especially to Eran. We in Israel are proud!!

  2. Nice to read about Eran Pick WM from Israel.

    Israel Preker
    http://winesisrael.com/en/3235/eran-pick-mw/

  3. Gary Lands says:

    Don’t forget that Eran served in an elite unit in the Israeli army and despite all his impressive accomplishments is a super nice and humble guy.

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