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Francophone students studying the wine industry at the Technical University of Moldova

Francophone students studying the wine industry at the Technical University of Moldova recently attended a master-class, held by Brigitte Leloup, vice president of the European Sommelier Association. The famous French sommelier, Brigitte Leloup, spoke to students about the correct serving and description of wines, the specifics of different types of wine. At the same time, the students also participated in a wine tasting.

Gathered in a classroom, the students at the Francophone Branch of the Faculty of Technology and Management in the Food Industry listened very carefully to what Brigitte Leloup, Vice-President of the European Sommelier Association, told about wine, how Bachus’s spirits are properly served. And to be more convincing, the European sommelier opened several bottles of wine, just under the eyes of students at the Technical University.

After tasting the wine, students were encouraged to ask questions. Although some shy in the beginning, some have come to the point. “After me, it’s too acidy wine.”

Larisa Malai is a 2nd year student at the Francophone Club. She looks delighted at what she has heard from Brigitte Leloup and is determined to go to get the sommelier certificate. “I do not really have a thorough knowledge of oenology. I was impressed by all the rules she shared with us, Mrs Brigitte Leloup. How a wine is properly served, with what we can associate with it. We in this world of gastronomy know how to combine wine with food. I was also motivated to start classes at the Somelier School. It’s a new experience. ”

And Victoria Botnari, a third year student tells us she learned a lot of useful things. “It was a very exciting course, even if we are not yet sommelier. We are beginners. It was an exciting day, and the wines were extraordinary. ”

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The master class has also raised interest among teachers. Aurica Chirsanova, head of the Department of Nutrition and Nutrition at the Technical University of Moldova: “All the time, business people say that specialists trained in higher education institutions are not really well trained, as they would. On the other hand, we require business people to contribute to the training of future specialists. The master class is an example when the forces – the university environment, the students, the teaching staff and the outside ones – with the help of the international organizations brought specialists who contribute to their formation in the wine consumption culture, but also as specialists in food technology. A lot has been said about the association of the wine with the pieces. We also had recommendations for certain types of wine and dishes. This is important, especially when you hear from such personalities as Mrs Brigitte Leloup. ”

For two weeks, the famous French sommelier also held a sommelier training program. Brigitte Leloup also organized a training course for employees of several restaurants to accredit Wine Friendly. She came to Moldova to die. The Master Class organized in Chisinau is part of a wide-ranging Wine Friendly program, run under the aegis of the national wine Vinul Moldovei, with the support of the USAID Moldova-financed Competitiveness Project and the Swedish Embassy in Chisinau.

Vice President of the European Sommelier Association, Brigitte Leloup has shared his experience with young Moldovans. “Wine is a food. You have seen in the room too, the young people are too shy, do not dare to talk about wine. They have no courage yet. In all the countries of the world, young people are the ones who make a country grow. And in the case of wine, it is also valid. They drink wine and talk about wine and promote it. We have already had the courses for the preparation and obtaining of the European Sommelier Diploma, offered by the European Sommelier Association, as well as trainings of various restaurant staff to accredit Wine Friendly. ”
Did I ask Brigitte Leloup how do Moldovan wines look like today? “They are very good, you have to be proud. Moldova has a special gastronomy, beautiful wines. And the choice in recent times is totally different. When I first came to Moldova, I found only one producer’s wines. Now, it’s quite different, the choice is different, “says the European sommelier.

At the event organized at the Technical University I also met Professor Nicolae Luca, the founder of the Sommelier School in Moldova. “Every year, Mrs. Brigitte Leloup comes here and with her grace we have formed the Somelier School, we have another atmosphere in Horeca. We have trained people to serve wine. And the quality of wine is al

The master class has also raised interest among teachers. Aurica Chirsanova, head of the Department of Nutrition and Nutrition at the Technical University of Moldova: “All the time, business people say that specialists trained in higher education institutions are not really well trained, as they would. On the other hand, we require business people to contribute to the training of future specialists. The master class is an example when the forces – the university environment, the students, the teaching staff and the outside ones – with the help of the international organizations brought specialists who contribute to their formation in the wine consumption culture, but also as specialists in food technology. A lot has been said about the association of the wine with the pieces. We also had recommendations for certain types of wine and dishes. This is important, especially when you hear from such personalities as Mrs Brigitte Leloup. ”

For two weeks, the famous French sommelier also held a sommelier training program. Brigitte Leloup also organized a training course for employees of several restaurants to accredit Wine Friendly. The Master Class organized in Chisinau is part of a wide-ranging Wine Friendly program, run under the aegis of the national wine Vinul Moldovei, with the support of the USAID Moldova-financed Competitiveness Project and the Swedish Embassy in Chisinau.

Vice President of the European Sommelier Association, Brigitte Leloup has shared her experience with young Moldovans. “Wine is a food. You have seen in the room too, the young people are too shy, do not dare to talk about wine. They have no courage yet. In all the countries of the world, young people are the ones who make a country grow. And in the case of wine, it is also valid. They drink wine and talk about wine and promote it. I have already had the courses for the preparation and obtaining of the European Sommelier Diploma, offered by the European Sommelier Association, but also the training of the staff of different restaurants to accredit Wine Friendly. “Did I ask Brigitte Leloup how do Moldovan wines look like today? “They are very good, you have to be proud. Moldova has a special gastronomy, beautiful wines. And the choice in recent times is totally different. When I first came to Moldova, I found only one producer’s wines. Now, it’s quite different, the choice is different, “says the European sommelier.

At the event organized at the Technical University I also met Professor Nicolae Luca, the founder of the Sommelier School in Moldova. “Every year, Mrs. Brigitte Leloup comes here and with her grace we have formed the Somelier School, we have another atmosphere in Horeca. We have trained people to serve wine. And the quality of wine is different now. At the Francophone Branch students learn more about gastronomy, oenology. This is why this master class is welcome. Students will now better promote wine gastronomy and culture. We think next year to introduce the sommelier course – to be an optional one. ”

Moldovan wine still needs better promotion, continues Nicolae Luca. And through education, through the wine culture, an expected result can be achieved. “About 15 percent of the industrial wine is consumed on the Moldovan market. Obviously, we need to increase this consumption and this consumption will only increase through education, through wine culture to reach at least 20 percent. If there is a comparison with other wine-producing countries, there is no less than 50 percent of the domestic wine consumed. In some countries, it reaches 70 percent, “says Nicolae Luca.

After the master-class of the famous French sommelier, several students we talked about were willing to study even more about winemaking and get the European sommelier certificate. Dozens of Moldovan specialists have already obtained this certificate after attending a training course held in Chisinau by French and Moldovan experts. The Sommelier European Diploma, recognized by the Intergroup for Wines, Spirits and Quality Products of the European Parliament provides international development prospects.

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