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A tasting course from Guinness World Records: 309 students at once in Belgium

The Inter Wine & Dine School of Oenology and the Université Libre de Bruxelles established it. Fabrizio Bucella: “Wine education for everyone”
A tasting course from Guinness World Records: 309 students at once in Belgium

The desire to learn more about wine is growing all over the world. In the 2018 academic year, on 31 July, 94,822 people enrolled worldwide (the highest number ever) in the courses of the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (Wset), the world's most important organization for training in good drinking, there are those who, in these hours, have started the largest tasting lesson ever.
A tasting from Guinness World Records, the one staged yesterday, for the number of participants: 309 those placed in front of the glass by the School of Oenology Inter Wine & Dine in Brussels, together with the Université Libre de Bruxelles, many more than the 271 previous records, set in Seattle in 2016.

“As a teacher, it is a great honor to teach so many people, especially young people, a passion for wine. More than a record, this proof that wine education can be accessible to as many people as possible,” commented Fabrizio Bucella, sommelier and lecturer at Inter Wine & Dine.
Another curiosity that comes from the world of wine, which has repeatedly made many people put their noses in the glass at the same time. From the biggest tasting ever, which, according to Guinness World Records, saw 5,095 participants gathered in the Plaza de Toros in Aranda de Duero, Spain, on September 15, 2006, to the biggest simultaneous tasting event, staged on May 21, 2008, in the Kingdom by JD Wetherspoon in 409 pubs in the United Kingdom, attended by 17,540 people.

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