Wine Quiz 5

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1. Swartland is a region in which wine producing country?
2. The famous white wine of Sancerre is made from which grape?
3. Valleys running from the Andes to the Pacific influence which country’s winemaking?
4. Which of these grapes has a distinctive pink coloured skin?
5. What is ‘Cava’?
6. Geyserville is in which wine producing area?
7. Traditionally what wine is mixed with cassis to make a Kir?
8. What region of origin has been removed from this german label?

9. What classifies an AC Bordeaux Superieur as superior?
10. By law, what percentage of a bottled labelled as Alsace Riesling must be Riesling?
11. Drag these Champagne styles into the correct order, driest at top to sweetest at bottom:
  • Brut
  • Doux
  • Demi-Sec
  • Brut Nature
  • Extra Dry
12. Pouilly-Fuissé is an appellation in which French wine region?
13. Gobelet and Guyot are what?
14. Legally, grapes for ‘English wine’ must come from where?
15. Which wine is named after its Danish maker, Peter Sisseck?
16. Why does a winemaker ‘Cold Stabilise’ his or her white wines?
17. What is 'Bordeaux Mixture'?
18. Albariza soil is important for growing vines for which wine?
19. This is a snippet of which famous wine producer’s label?

20. Sweet Hungarian Tokaji is measured in puttonyos. What is puttonyos?