Wine Quiz 13

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1. Martinborough is a wine region in which country?
2. What is the French term for the technique used to make rosé Champagne, by mixing red and white wines?
3. The Columbia Valley wine region is where?
4. 'Vin Santo' wine could be described as what?
5. In which of these are you likely to drink a wine made from the Maratheftiko variety?
6. 'Bull's Blood' wine comes from where?
7. Sometimes used to clarify wine, isinglass is made from what?
8. What Californian American Viticultural Area (AVA) is missing from this label?

9. Bobal is a common wine grape in which country?
10. Drag these Italian regions to arrange them in order from the top, as they run north to south:
  • Veneto
  • Umbria
  • Abruzzo
  • Basilicata
  • Calabria
11. What is a common reason for placing nets over vines as fruit ripens?
12. One of Puglia's most common grapes is:
13. Drag these barrels into the correct order of size, from smallest at the top down to largest at the bottom:
  • Port Pipe
  • Hogshead
  • Puncheon
  • Barrique
14. Who or what is ' Dr L' in the wine world?
15. Which wine region is this?

16. Which country's wine industry was largely unaffected by the Phylloxera louse?
17. Kimmeridgian soils are synonymous with which wine region?
18. Which level of classified growth (Cru Classé) is Chateau Gruaud-Larose in Bordeaux?
19. Which is the odd one out?
20. One of these is very much the odd one out. Which one?