Tim and Johnny 2 accreditation

WineTutor.TV is a new project from Tim Wildman MW and Johnny Mindlin, Green-Shoot.

Launched in September 2015 WineTutor.TV provides a unique online resource for those studying for the Master of Wine examination, as well as WSET Diploma students and others studying wine at a masters or post-gradudate degree level. The video tutorials are designed to advise, guide and orientate students in their self study programme.

The content is 100% video based, providing short, five minute tutorials covering all aspects of global wine production and exam techniques for approaching the Master of Wine exam. New videos will be posted every month, and the aim is to cover all the topics in the Master of Wine syllabus, building up to a total of over 150 films

Tim Wildman runs his own portfolio wine business involving travel, education, film and winemaking. Tim became a Master of Wine in 2008 with a Dissertation on Australian wine, which is his area of professional speciality. He was awarded the Robert Mondavi Memorial prize for the highest score in Theory and his Dissertation achieved the highest pass mark in his year. With a background in teaching as well as wine Tim has helped dozens of MW students to achieve their goals and "get over the line" through his private tuition classes.

Johnny Mindlin is a videomaker and audio producer with over twenty five years experience. Johnny established Green-Shoot in 2006 after a career in radio and audio-production that saw him work as senior producer at LBC and producer of programmes for the BBC networks and World Service. He specialises in education and training videos, largely for the drinks industry (including CAMRA and Louis Roederer Champagne) but also for central government departments, UNHCR, UNODC, global corporations (Mercedes Benz, Kraft, Dell, FTSE) and international charities (Oxfam, Save The Children.). When not filming and working on his personal passion for podcasts, Johnny also sings with Crouch End Festival Chorus, the country’s leading symphonic choir, and other vocal ensembles, including singing in the backing choir for Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds and "Headlining" with Ray Davies at Glastonbury.