The Champagne MOOC allows you to work at your own pace and test your knowledge along the way using the quizzes at the end of each sequence. Picture: SUPPLIED
The Champagne MOOC allows you to work at your own pace and test your knowledge along the way using the quizzes at the end of each sequence. Picture: SUPPLIED

The Comité Champagne (safeguards of the collective interests of Champagne growers and houses) has launched the Champagne MOOC (massive open online course), the reference tool when it comes to Champagne education. It’s open to everyone and available 24/7.

Everything you need to know about this great wine is right here in this MOOC, presented in four interactive learning modules:

The Champagne MOOC is available in French and in English.
The Champagne MOOC is available in French and in English.
  • The Champagne-making process: Explore the vines and cellars and learn about the different stages of the Champagne winemaking process;

  • The Champagne terroir: Learn about the Champagne region, and why Champagne only comes from Champagne, in France;

  • History and economy of Champagne: Gain a grasp of the mysteries of Champagne — from its origins to current trends; and

  • Diversity and tasting: discover the sheer diversity of Champagne wines and the secrets to serving and tasting them.
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The Champagne MOOC is available in French and English, and takes less than five hours to complete, consisting of more than 40 short videos. The English version of the videos offers subtitles in seven languages (Chinese, English, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian and Spanish).

It allows you to work at your own pace and test your knowledge along the way using the quizzes at the end of each sequence.

For an extra €49, you can access the premium version, allowing you to get the MOOC statement of completion (subject to passing the quizzes and only available in English and French) and with it, additional course content.

Subscribe on the Champagne MOOC website or download the app (compatible with iOS and Android) to start the courses.

This article was paid for by Business France.

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