About Nick Worricker - Course Facilitator of WSET Level 1 & Level 2 Courses at Duncan Murray Wines
28th November 2023
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UPCOMING WSET COURSES 2024: with Nick Worricker

If You'd Like To Learn All About WINE, have more knowledge and awareness of food and wine pairing, why not ask about the next scheduled WSET (Wine & Spirit Education Trust) Award in Wines courses scheduled for 3 consecutive Saturdays, 13th, 20th, and 27th APRIL 2024 (LEVEL 2), facilitated by tutor Nick Worricker.

or call into DUNCAN MURRAY WINES, Adam & Eve Street, Market Harborough. 


 If you've already completed Level 1, find out more details of WSET LEVEL 2 course (3 days) on Saturdays  April 13th, 20th and 27th 2024.

(ie: You must complete Level 1 before enrolling on Level 2!). 

CLICK HERE  for the detailed course specifications LEVEL 2 from WSET

CLICK HERE for the course details of WSET LEVEL 2:

CLICK HERE for the course programme (April '24) of WSET LEVEL 2

CLICK HERE for the booking form for WSET LEVEL 2 

 or call into DUNCAN MURRAY WINES, Adam & Eve Street, Market Harborough.



About Nick Worricker - Course Tutor:

If you are a regular visitor to DUNCAN MURRAY WINES in Adam & Eve Street, Market Harborough, you are sure to have encountered the ever smiling face of NICK WORRICKER - he's worked and thrust his wisdom and vast knowledge of wines on many unsuspecting customers at DMWs for over 14 years and he really is part of the furniture!

Nick first came to Market Harborough from London in 1990. He says he's had a fascination for wines for 'as long as he can remember' and in 2003 he found work (part time) at Duncan Murray Wines.

He is a qualified maths teacher by profession and took up a post in Harborough teaching GCSE and A level students, but after 2 years he decided he wanted to follow his passion and love of wine and in 2007, he joined Duncan Murray Wines full time - and he hasn't looked back since.

Over the last 15 years, Nick qualified in 2009 at WSET Levels 3 and was recognised as a Top 30 Performer in the country, before further progressing with a Level 4 Diploma, a 2 year course in 2011.

Recognised for his expertise, he has since tutored on many occasion in 'knowing what makes a good wine', always systematically recording the attributes of each wine tasted.  

Nick's appetite and knowledge of wine has been enhanced by attending various trade tastings and shows around the country, judging at the IWSC (International Wine & Spirit Competition), when as one of seven judges, he blind tastes wine for overall quality. He says his educated taste palate has developed by consistently paying particular attention to looks, aroma and taste and judging the quality and intensity of flavour whether for light, medium, or full bodied wines.


If you are interested to know more or to enroll on the next 1 day or 3 day courses, please get in touch with Nick or the team at Duncan Murray Wines very soon.

PS: On Nick's previous 2 courses, he boasts a 100% pass rate with excellent reviews, so I think it's safe to say, you'll be in good hands. But don't let it go to his head, or we'll never hear the end of it!

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