Where to train

Wine Language

59 Ubi Ave 1, #03-11, Singapore 408938
Email: courses@winelanguage.sg
Website: www.winelanguage.sg

Other training provided

WSET / Sake / Shochu / Workshops

Meet our people

Ivy Chen

Ivy is one of our bilingual trainers that specializes in conducting training in Mandarin. Ivy spent a few years with Singapore Airlines as a cabin crew. During her stint with Singapore Airlines as an Air Sommelier, she gained a lot of knowledge with wines and spirits.
Currently, she holds certifications from Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) and The Whisky Ambassador.
As an entrepreneur, she organizes and manage Wine Carnival; a wine fair with lots of fun!

Ram Krish T Suppiah

Ram is a driven individual in food & beverage industry. He has worked as a Sommelier in some of the finest restaurants in Singapore such as the Les Amis Group. He managed some of the finest wine speciality shops previously. Curating wine list, cost control, managing profit and loss, etc. A very extrovert person, he enjoys engaging with people.
Currently, he holds certifications from Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) and The Whisky Ambassador. Because of his out-going personality and the ability to communicate well with people, he decided to gain skills and knowledge in training. He gained his Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA) in 2015.
Being very natural with stand-up training / facilitation, he engages very well with individuals in large group environment or a small group setting.
Some fun facts about Ram! Besides being a trainer, he emcees and does voice-over as well! Do not be surprised if you hear him on advertisement or radio!


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From our blog

Gin and the British Navy (Part 3)

Sep 1: The development of Navy Strength gin is perhaps the most notable legacy of the Navy's association with the spirit. This high-proof gin, characterised by its robust flavour and potency, remains a popular choice among gin enthusiasts. It represents a distinct style within the gin category, appreciated for its intensity and its historical connection to the naval tradition of 'proofing.'

Gin and the British Navy (Part 2)

Aug 25: As gin's popularity within the British Navy grew, so too did its influence on naval traditions and practices. One of the most significant of these was the daily 'rum ration' or 'tot,' a practice that had its roots in the 17th century. Originally, the ration consisted of beer, but due to the difficulties in storing beer for long voyages, it was replaced with spirits, primarily rum, but gin was also included, especially on ships patrolling colder climates.

Gin and the British Navy

Aug 18: The relationship between gin and the British Navy is a fascinating chapter in the spirit's history, intertwining maritime tradition, global exploration, and medicinal practice. This connection was established during the late 17th century and continued well into the 20th century, leaving an indelible mark on the culture and customs of the British Navy.

Gin Mare: A firm favourite

Feb 18: How many times have you been asked “What’s your favourite gin?” On my part, countless times, and the answer changes not necessarily every time, but definitely on where I am, my mood, the temperature outside, the temperature inside… you get my drift!