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Wine Study Maps for Colouring In

Create your own beautiful study maps! These are based on the maps I created for myself when I studied for the WSET Diploma. 

 

-  Designed by WSET Diploma graduate for students of WSET Diploma L4 (and Level 3) 

- Engage your powerful visual and spatial memory

- Supports active learning 

- Blank outline maps plus full colour maps with appellations 

- A3 printable for maximum space for notes and annotations. 

 

HOW TO USE THESE MAPS

 

The first step to successful learning is UNDERSTANDING.

Use these maps to really get your head around how the regions fit together. Make them yours by colouring them in and annotating them with key weather systems, grapes, producers, soil types, other key facts etc, as you go through your study materials. Use them to create a powerful visual mental image of the region - (Pouilly-Fumé is East of Sancerre etc) engaging your spatial memory and photographic memory. Use them to help you engage in active learning - not just passively sitting and reading the books, or just copying out notes.  Create something you can pin up by the kettle, by the bathroom mirror, etc, and get a clear mental image you can bring to mind in the exam and help you access the associated information in your mind through the power of spatial memory. 

 

The second step to successful learning is RECALL. 

Once you feel you understand the region, test yourself by printing out another blank map and trying to annotate it and even try talking through the key points of each region to an imaginary student.  It's a great way of discovering which areas are still a bit muddled in your mind. 

 

WHAT THESE MAPS ARE NOT

These maps are not to scale. They are not exact copies of the Diploma study materials maps - in some cases they are more detailed, in others less so. They are tidied up versions of the simplified, schematic maps I created for myself when studying for the Diploma based on multiple sources. They do not follow the exact cartographic contour lines of the regions - I am not a professional cartographer! They are designed to be schematic, diagrammatic, simplified representations of the regions.  They are not endorsed by WSET (I haven't asked).   

 

I hope you find these a useful resource!

 

Please note: you will receive an email with the download link, valid for 30 days.

(You will also get another automatic email which goes to everyone who places an order through my site - but don't worry, you haven't accidentally purchased any wine!)

 

BURGUNDY

- Blank outline map

- Colour map with appellations

 

BORDEAUX

- Blank outline map

- Colour map with appellations

 

THE LOIRE

- Blank outline map

- Colour map with appellations

 

NORTHERN RHONE

- Blank outline map

- Colour map with appellations

 

PORTUGAL

- Blank outline map

- Colour map with appellations

 

SOUTH AFRICA

- Blank outline map

- Colour map with regions, districts, wards

 

CALIFORNIA

- Blank outline map

- Colour map with key AVAs

 

NEW ZEALAND

- Blank outline map

- Colour map with regions

 

Wine Study Maps for Colouring In

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