ThirtyFifty's Level 3 Wine Flash Cards
ThirtyFifty has written over 2,400 Flash Card questions to help our students pass the WSET Level 3 Award in Wines. The Flash Cards are available to any student to access online for a fee of £25.
The Flash Card questions are based on the current 2021 WSET Level 3 Award in Wines syllabus and are organised by the chapters of the course text book so that you can use them as you read the book. Alternatively, you can select the Flash Cards at random to test and reinforce your knowledge.
The Flash Cards are freely available to our students studying the WSET Level 3 Award in Wines. ThirtyFifty is an Approved Programme Provider for the WSET to offer Level 1, 2 and 3 courses.
How to use the Flash Cards
We suggest you begin by selecting individual Chapters to study. You can then rate each Flash Card as Easy, Medium or Hard (the default is set to Medium) so that you can control which Flash Cards you see (e.g. fewer easy ones!). Once you have been through the Chapter, you can try a random selection of questions for that Chapter, to test yourself, based on the level of difficulty you have set.
If you are a ThirtyFifty student or have already purchased the Flash Cards, please sign in below to access online.
Paid-for Flash Cards
If you are not studying with ThirtyFifty and you wish to purchase the Level 3 Flash Cards for a fee of £25, please make your purchase below. This will give you online access for a period of 12 months.
|Level 3 Award in Wines: 2,400 Flash Cards - £25|
|LEVEL 3 Award in Wines: 2,400 Flash Cards. Valid for 12 months.|
Level 3 Wine Flash Cards
Our Flash Cards have been written to be used in two modes. Initially we recommend using "Follow the Book" mode, (the button to the right of each chapter). The Flash Cards are ordered as they appear in the WSET course text book. As you read each chapter's sub-section, test yourself with the flash cards. As you go, rate each flash card as hard, medium or easy. 'Easy' questions are the ones you already knew the answer to before reading the chapter. 'Hard' questions are flash cards that you think you will have trouble remembering. Everything else stays set to 'Medium'.
The "Random Card mode" can be accessed by selecting the chapters you want to use, then select the button at the top. You can then select the difficulty for questions to display.
For more information how you can study with the flashcards see our study guide.
|Follow the book|
|2: Wine with Food|
|3: Storage and Service of Wine|
|4: The Vine|
|5: The Growing Environment|
|6: Vineyard Management|
|7: Common Elements in Winemaking and Maturation|
|8: White and Sweet Winemaking|
|9: Red and Rosé Winemaking|
|10: Factors that Affect the Price of Wine|
|11: Wine and the Law|
|12: Introduction to France|
|14: The Dordogne and South West France|
|18: The Loire Valley|
|19: The Northern Rhône|
|20: The Southern Rhône|
|21: Southern France|
|26: Introduction to Italy|
|27: Northern Italy|
|28: Central Italy|
|29: Southern Italy|
|32: Introduction to the USA|
|34: Oregon, Washington and New York|
|38: South Africa|
|40: New Zealand|
|41: Sparkling wine production|
|42: Sparkling Wines of the World|
|45: Fortified Muscats|
|Summary:: Cabernet Sauvignon|
|Summary:: Pinot Noir|
|Summary:: Sauvignon Blanc|
|Summary:: Pinot Gris|
|Summary:: Carbonic Maceration|
All Flash Cards are based on the latest WSET Level 3 Wine specification and the course book "Understanding Wines: Explaining style and quality". These Flash Cards have been created independently of the Wine and Spirit Education Trust (WSET), the governing body for the courses.