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What is Irish Whiskey Made from and how is it distilled?
Barley and other grains - It is distilled 3 times in a pot still
What is Marc Brandy?
The liquor obtained from fermenting the skins and pips after pressing the grapes
it is similar to the process of grappa
A kilderkin of beer has many gallons?
18
The best temperature for a beer cellar is what?
55 degrees F
12.7 degrees C
What is the difference between oxidized and maderized wines?
Both turn the wines brown, but oxidization is caused by air contact and maderization is caused by heat contact.
Both turn a white wine brown and cause nutty aromas, but it is caused in a different way, what is the cause?
What does Brix measure and what is it equal to?
The sugar in a grape which equals 1/2 the alcohol level in a wine.
2 Brix = 1% Alcohol
28 Brix = 14% Alcohol
AKA a Boehme in French
What is the best growing parralel for grapes
The 49th parralel
between 30 degrees and 50 degrees lattitude
Name the species of grape used for making wine.
Vitis Vinifera
What is the equivalent level of the AOC in France for Italy, Spain, Germany?
Italy = DOCG
Spain = DOCa
Germany = QmP
What is the hybrid of Pinotage?
Piot Noir & Cinsault
Name all the levels of quality for France lowest to highest.
Vin de Table
Vin de pays
VDQS
AOC
Name some of the main divisions of Cognac
Petite Champagne
Grand Champagne
Borderies
Fin Bois
Name all the levels of quality for Germany lowest to highest.
Tafelwein
Landwein
Qba
QmP
What is the alcohol in wine called?
Ethanol
What is Mutage?
The fermentation is stopped early by the addition of alcohol before the must has fermented out all the sugar.
It is part of the process of making VDNs
What is Irish Whiskey Made from and how is it distilled?
Barley and other grains - It is distilled 3 times in a pot still
What is The Wort?
The liquid that is produced in the beer making process from the malt meal that is created from the roasted barley step. The wort is then filtered, flavored,fermented, cooked and kegged or bottled.
How is a cigar size stated
In Length and ring sizes
The best temperature for a beer cellar is what?
55 degrees F
12.7 degrees C
What is the difference between oxidized and maderized wines?
Both turn the wines brown, but oxidization is caused by air contact and maderization is caused by heat contact.
Both turn a white wine brown and cause nutty aromas, but it is caused in a different way, what is the cause?
How is Beaujolais Nouveaux Produced?
Carbonic Maceration
What is the best growing parralel for grapes
The 49th parralel
between 30 degrees and 50 degrees lattitude
Name the species of grape used for making wine.
Vitis Vinifera
What is the equivalent level of the AOC in France for Italy, Spain, Germany?
Italy = DOCG
Spain = DOCa
Germany = QmP
Name all the levels of quality for Italy lowest to highest.
Vino da Tavola
IGT
DOC
DOCG
Name all the levels of quality for France lowest to highest.
Vin de Table
Vin de pays
VDQS
AOC
What region means Roasted Slopes? Where is It?
Cote Rotie
Northern Rhone
Name all the levels of quality for Germany lowest to highest.
Tafelwein
Landwein
Qba
QmP
What is the formula for fermentation?
Yeast + Sugar + Heat + Alcohol + Carbon Dioxide
Where was the first AVA?
Augusta Missouri
It is was not in CA or NY
What 2 cote du rhone villages have seperate AOC for their sweet wines?
Beaumes de Venice
Rasteau for Rancio
Name the appellations of Touraine?
Bourgueil
Chinon
Cheverney
Touraine
Vouvray
There are 5 and 2 of them are famous for Cab Franc and one is famous for Chenin Blanc
Name an AOC of Pays Nantais and the grape
Muscadet de Sevre
Muscadet
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Muscadet sur lie
Muscadet
think of a grape with the town in its title
Name the appellations of the Central Vineyards or
Cote de Gien
Pouilly Fume
Quincy
Sancerre
This is in The Loire and they are all famous for Sav Blanc
What are some of the appellations of Anjou-Saumur
Anjou
Savenierres
Name the main regions of the Loire Valley
Pays Nantais
Anjou Saumur
Touraine
The Central Vineyards or
Cotes de Gien
There are 4
Name 2 villages in the cotes de nuits
Gevrey Chambertin
Nuits-St-Georges
Fixin
Marsannay
Vosne Romanee
et al
What do the AOC Laws Control?
location
Viticultural practices
vinification techniques
varietals permitted
min alcohol
max yields
There are 6 laws that the French tell the vineyard owner what to do
Name the 4 main grapes of Alsace
Gewurztraminer
Riesling
Pinot Gris
Muscat
They are all white
Name 2 grand cru vineyards in Champagne
Oger
Oiry
Verzy
Name the Appellations of The Medoc
St Julien
St Estephe
Haut Medoc
Margaux
Pauillac
Listrac-Medoc
Moulis or Moulis-en-Medoc
There are 7, but 5 that are really well known
What are the districts of Champagne and which one only grows Chardonnay?
Montagne de Riems
The Aube
Valloe de la Marne
Cote de Sezanne
Cote de Blanc- only grows chard
There are 5
Name 2 villages of the Cote de Beaune
Pommard
Montrachet
Volnay
Meursault
Aloxe Corton
et al
Name 5 grape varietals allowed in Burgundy.
Pinot Noir
Chardonnay
Gamay
Sav Blanc
Aligote
Name 3 Grand Cru of Chablis
Les Clos (The Best)
Valmur
Blanchot
Bougros
Grenouilles
Les Preuses
Vaudesir
There are 7 total all one hill overlooking Chablis itself
What is the Pineau de la Loire grape more commonly known as?
Chenin Blanc
Name 4 AOC of the Maconnais
Macon
St-Veran
Pouiily Fuisse
Pouilly Vinzelles
Macon Villages
Macon Solutre
Macon Lugny
you can follow the macon name at least 4 times
What are the 8 Grand Crus of Vosne-Romanne
La Romanne
La Romanne Conti
Romanne-Saint-Vivant
La Tache
Richebourg
La Grand Rue
Echezaux
Grands Echezaux
They are in Burgundy in the Cote de Nuits
in what town was Dom Perignon the Cellar Master?
Hatvillers
What is the red grape of Bourgueil
Cab Franc
What style of wine is Monbazillac?
A sweet french wine comprised of Semillon
Sav Blanc
Muscadelle
it is similar to sauternes
and is made on the SW slopes opposite Bergerac
Name 3 Grand Cru vineyards in the Haut Rhine
Rosacker
Osterberg
Rangen
et al
Name 2 communes of Sauternes
Barsac
Bommes
What are the grapes used for Sauternes?
Semillion
Sav Blanc
Muscadelle
There are 3 whites
What style of wine is Jurancon known for?
Sweet white
Where is Cahors and what grape do they grow?
SW France
Malbec
Where is Bandol and what grape do they grow?
On the coast of Provence
Bandol is a belded wine with Mouvedre, Grenache and Cinsaut, but it is moslty a Mouvedre wine more than 50%
What do you call a sparkling wine from Alsace and what grape is never allowed in it?
Cremant d'Alsace
Gewurztraminer
think of the 4 whites in Alsace and one of htem would be wird in their sparkling because of it's spiciness
Name a region in the Loire whose wines would be considered an inexpensive version of Sancerre
The Menetou-Salon and the other immediate surrounding areas
it is not Pouilly Fume
Name the Grand Crus of Puligny Montrachet
Batard-Montrachet
Le Montrachet
Chevalier-Montrachet
Bienvenues-Batard-Montrachet
Criots-Batard-Montrachet
There are 5
What is Rasteau?
A VDN made mostly of Grenache
one of the cotes du rhone sweet AOC wines
What is Bonnezeaux?
A grand cru AOC of Coteaux du Layon in Anjou made from Chenin Blanc
it is alongside the Quarts de Chaume producing the finest sweet wine in the Anjou
Name 4 second crus of Bordeaux
Chateaux Leoville Barton
Chateaux Cos d'Estournal
Chateaux Leoville-Les-Cases
Chateaux Pichon-Lalande
CH Rausan-Segla
CH Rauzan-Gassies
CH Leoville-Payferre
CH Dufort-Vivens
CH Gruard-Larose
CH Lascombes
CH Brange-Cantenac
CH Pichon-Baron
CH Pichon-Longueville
CH Ducru-Beauailou
CH Montrose
There are 15
Where are the communes of Mercurey, Ruilly & Givry
Cote Challonnais
What grape is grown in the towns of Die and the Drome Valley
The white Clairette
also the sparkling
Clairette de Die with Muscat
in the Rhone Center near Hermitage
Name the 5 red traditional grapes of Bordeaux
Cab Sauv
Cab Franc
Merlot
Malbec
Pet Verdot
Name the 13 grapes allowed in Chat de Pape in order of importance
Grenache
Syrah
Mouvedre
Cinsaut
Clairette (blanc)
Bobulenc (blanc)
Picpoul
Counoise
Terret Noir
Vacarese
Muscardin
Picardin Blanc
Name the 2 domaines in Chat de Pape that have all 13 grapes allowed planted
Chateaux Beacastle
Domaine de Mont-Redon
Name the 3 main white grapes of Bordeaux
Sav Blanc
Semillion
Muscadet
Name the appellations of Northern Rhone
Condrieu
Cote Rotie
CH Grillet
Cotes du Rhone
Hermitage
St Joseph
Crozes Hermitage
St Peray
Cornas
There are 8
Name the appellations of Southern Rhone
Chatenuef de Pape
Gignondas
Lirac
Tavel
Rasteau
Muscat de Beaumes
Vacqueyras
Cotes-du-Rhones
There are 8
Name the orignal 1855 first growths
Lafitte
Latour
Margaux
Haut Brion
There are 4
Name the sweet wine regions of Bordeaux
Sauternes
Barsac
Name 3 cotes du rhone villages
Chucsulan
Cairanne
Laudu
Roaix
Vinsobres
Ventoux
Rocheoude
Rousset-les-vignes
Sablet
St-Gervais
St-Maurice
St-Pantaleon
Segret
Valreas
What is the white crozes hermitage made from?
Marsanne & Rousanne
What is the difference between VDNs vins doux naturels and
VDLs vins de liquer
VDNs are fortified with a neutral grape brandy while VDLs are fortified with a spirit from their own region. ie: cognac is in pineau des chaventes and fine de champagne is in ratafia and armagnac is in floc de gascogne
What are the large stones in Chat de pape vineyards called?
Galets
What is the liquer de tirage?
mixture of sweet reserve wine, sugar and yeast which is added before the second fermentation
What is the formula for fermentation?
yeast + sugar + heat + alcohol + carbon dioxide
what is the liquer d'expedition
wine and sugar added to champagne after disgorgement more commonly called dossage
more commonly called dossage
What is VDN
vin doux naturel
a sweet wine that is fortified during fermentation with a neutral grape brandy examples are Banyuls, Port, Beaumes de Venice
What is the grape of Chinon
Cab Franc
What AOC produces the driest white wine of the Loire and with what grape?
Savienierres
Chenin Blanc
What is the grape of Vouvray
Chenin Blanc
What grapes are allowed in the cote rotie?
Syrah & Viognier
What grape is allowed in the sparkling cremant de loire
chenin blanc
what 2 other names does Muscadet go by?
Melon de bourgogne
Gamay Blanc
Name the main regions of Burgundy
Chablis
Cote de Nuits
Cote de Beaune
Cote Challonais
Maconnais
Beaujolias
There are 6
What does Cote d'Or mean?
Golden Slope
Name the Grapes of New Zealand
Sauvignon Blanc
Chardonnay
Muller-Thurgau
Riesling
Muscat
Gewurztraminer
Chenin Blanc
Cabernet Sauvignon
Cabernet Franc
Merlot
Pinot Noir
There are 11
7 White
4 Red
Name the 2 main grapes of Marlborough and Nelson
Marl = Pinot Noir and Sav Blanc
Nels = Chard and SB
They are on the South Island
What grapes are best suited for the Hunter Valley
Semillion & Chard
What state is the Margaret River in?
Western Australia
Name 3 States in Australia?
New South Wales
Victoria
Tasmania
Western Australia
Queensland
Who governs the laws about Australias wines?
The Label Integrity Program
it is similar to the AVA
origin on label must be 85%
What are the main grapes of Australia?
Riesling
Semillion
Chard
Sauv Blanc
Marsanne
Viognier
Shiraz
Grenache
Cab Sauv
Cab Franc
Merlot
Pinot Noir
There are 12
6 Red
6 White
Name the AVAs of Washington State
Puget Sound
Columbia River
Yakima
Red MT
Walla Walla
Horse Haven Hills
There are 6
Name the AVAs of Oregon
Willamette Valley
Umpqua Valley
Roque River Valley
Applegate Valley
There are 4
Name the main grapes of Argentina
Palomino
Malbec
Syrah
Bonardo
Cab Sav
Cab FRanc
Merlot
Torrontes
Sav Blanc
Chard
Criolla
Barbera
Pinot Noir
Name the main grapes of Chile
Carmenere
Cab Sav
Merlot
Syrah
Chard
Sav Blanc
Riesling
Gewurzt
Malbec
Cab Franc
Pinot Noir
Chard
Moscatel
Name the sub regions of Chile
Atacama
Aconcaqua Valley
Casablanca Valley
Maipo Valley
Rapel Valley
Calchaqua Valley
Curico Valley
Maule Valley
Hata Valley
Bio Bio Valley
Valle Sur
Name the sub regions of Argentina
Mendoza
Norte
Occidente
Sandvan
Littoral
Rio Negro
La Pampa
La Rioja
Catamarca
Rio Negro
What is the difference between an Einzellage and a Grosslage?
an Einzellage is one specific vineyard and a grossalage is a group of vineyards.
Name 3 important Anbaugebieten
Mosel-Saar-ruwer
Rhingau
Pfalz
Rheinhaussen
Mitterhein
Ahr
Nahe
Franken
Baden
Wurttemburg
Sachsen
Salle-Uhstrut
Hessische-Bergstrasse
a specified region in the mosel of quality
There are 13
Name 2 red and 2 white grapes of Austria
Pinot Noir & Lemberger
Gruner Veltliner & Welschriesling
What is Smaragd?
A specialty wine from the lower Wauchau area of Austria made from very ripe grapes
Name 3 regions of Austria
Wauchau
Kamptal
Kremstal
List the ripeness level of German wines from driest to sweetest
Kabinett
Spatlese
Auslese
Beerenauslese (BA)
Eisewein
Trockenauslese (TBA)
There are 7
What is the white grape used in Sardegna
Vermentino
Name the grapes of Piedmont
Gavi
Moscato
Barbera
Brachetto
Dolcetto
Nebbiolo
Arneis
Albarossa
What are the grapes of Orvieto
Grechetto
Verdello
Malvasia
Name all the DOCG of Tuscany
Chianti
Chianti Classico
Brunello di Montalcino
Carmignano
Vernaccio di San Gimgnano
Vino Nobile Montipulciano
Morellino di Scansano
There are 7
Name the 2 clones allowed in Barolo
Lampia
Michet
also Rose Nebbiolo
What is Castello di Jesi
Where is it found?
A commune within the Marches region
Verdecchio
What are the grapes in Bardolino & Valpolicella
Corvina
Molinara
Rondinella
Name 3 grapes used in Bardolino
Corvina
Molinara
Rondinella
What is Lagrein and where is it found?
a red grape sometimes made into a rose from the Trentino Alto Adige area
What are the 7 districts of Chianti
Chianti Classico
Chianti Ruffina
Chianti Sensi
Chianti Fiorentini
Chianti Montalbano
Chianti Pisane
Colli Aretini
Name 4 of Germany's main regions
Mosel-saar-ruwer
Pfalz
Rheingau
Baden
Franken
Wurttemberg
Ahr
Nahe
Rheinhessen
Hessesche-Bergstrasser
What is Ausbruch
Sweet Austrian wine affected with Botrytis
Name 3 indigenous grapes of Sicily
Nero d'avola
Grillo
Verdello
Bianco d'alcamo
Inzolia
Marsala
Aprox how long is Barolo aged before release
2 years
4 yrs for Reserva
What is the govorno method
-you take select vineyard grapes
-dry them out on a plastic net so the juice is concentrated
-press them
-add the juice to already fermented wine
Objective: it enhances the wine foe earlier drinking, makes richer fuller chiantis - old faashioned way
What is the law concerning grape varietal in Brunello du Montalcino?
And how long is it aged?
100% Sangiovese Grosso
4 yrs, 2 yrs in oak
5 yrs for Reserva, 2 1/2 in oak
What are the grapes allowed in Soave DOC?
Trebbiano
Garganega
Tocai Fruiliano
Chardonnay
What are the main grapes of Soave
Garganega
Trebbiano
Name 2 DOCGs of Veneto
Soave Superiore
Bardolino Superiore
What is the grape in Gavi
Cortese
Taurasi is made primarily from what grape?
Aglianico
What is the grape used for cognac and what is called in Italy?
Ugni Blanc
Trebbiano
What does Vernaccia mean?
native or indigeneous variety to Italy
Name 3 crus of Barbaresco?
Montestefino
Asili
Rabaja
Name the DOCGs of Umbria
Sagrentino di Montefalco
Togiano Rosso
Name 2 red grapes of Puligia
Primitivo
Negroamoro
What is Connanau
A grenache wine from Sardenia
What are the AVA laws
-if label says CA or County, must be 75%
- if label names an AVA area must be 85% grapes
-if label says estate AVA must be 100%
- if label says vintage must be 95%
- The varietal named only has to be 75%
Which red and white wines won the 1976 Paris Tasting
1973 Chateaux Montelena Chardonnay
1973 Stags Leap Cabernet
Who is considered the Father of CA wine and which winery did he found?
Count Agoston Harazsthy in 1857 founded Buena Vista Winery
What does AVA stand for and who administers it?
American Viticultural Area, the largest AVA is in CA, controlled by the TTB (Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau) a division of BATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms)
What Napa AVA is best for cool climate grapes?
Carneros
What 2 CA AVAs are considered the coolest?
Santa Barbara
Anderson Valley
Name three sub AVAs of Sonoma
Alexander Valley
Russian River Valley
Knights Valley
Dry Creek
Chalk Hill
Green Valley
Sonoma Valley
Sonoma Mt
Woods
Name three sub AVAs of Napa
Rutherford
Howell Mt
Stags Leap
Diamond Mt
Oakville
St Helena
Spring Mt
Yountville
Wild Horse Valley
Mt Veeder
Atlas Peak
Chiles Valley
Oak Knoll
Los Carneros
What % of grapes must be in a wine labeled with a specific AVA
85%
What are the 3 sub regions of Rioja?
Rioja Alta
Rioja Baja
Rioja Alavesa
Name the # of years a LBV port remains in a cask before bottling
4-6
as oppossed to Ruby port which is only 2-3 years
Where is Veglia Sicilia produced? And what is the grape?
Riberia del duero in Spain
Tempranillo
What is the most important town in Cava?
Penedes
Name the sherry cask system and the sherries it produces from lightest to sweetest
The Solera system
Manzanilla
Fino
Amontillado
Oloroso
Palo Cartado
What are the grapes in Priorat?
Garnacha
Cargnane
Sometimes Cabernet Sauvignon
Name the grapes used to make Porto
Touriga Nacional
Touriga Francisca
Tinta Cao
What is the main grape used to make Rueda
Verdejo
What is the main grape of Vinho Verde?
Alvarino
Name 2 grapes in Cava?
Macabeo
Xarel-lo
Name the level and time of aging wines in Spain
Joben - young wines, no aging
Crianza - 6mos- 1yr
Reserva aprox - 3 yrs
Gran Reserva aprox - 5 yrs
Name the grapes used in the Jerez region
Pedro Ximenez
Moscatel
Palomino
Name the grapes of Madeira in sweetness order
Sereial
Verdelho
Bual
Malmsey
What is the Tempranillo called in the Duoro Valley
Tinto Roriz
Name 3 grapes in Rioja
Tempranillo
Grenacha
Mazuela
Name 2 important regions in South Africa
Stellenbosch
Paarl
Capetown
Olifants
Picletberg
Swartland
Darling
Tulbach
Tugerberg
Worcester
Robertson
Klevin Karoo
Swellendam
Overberg (where Elgin is)
Walker Bay
What is Steen?
What Chenin Blanc is bottled and called in South Africa
What is the grape for Montepluciano?
it is a clone of Sangiovese called Prugnolo Gentile
Name the only area that Manzanilla style sherry is produced
Sanlucar de Barameda
Name the sherry soil types
Albariza - primary
Barros -clay soil
Arenas - sand
Name 2 of Portugal's regions
Northern - Douro
Dao
Barraida
Vinho Verdo
Southern - Carcavelos
Setubal
Arrabida
Alentejo
Which style sherry is NOT produced in the Solera system?
Almacenstas
a very small quantity produced each year
Name an AVA of Santa Barbara County
Santa Ynez
Santa Rita Hills
Santa Maria
Name 2 AVA of Mendocino County
Mcdowell Valley
Anderson Valley
Redwood Valley
Cole Ranch
Redville
Potter
Clear Lake
Name 2 regions in Lombardy
Valtellina Superiore DOCG (neb based reds)
Fraciacarta DOCG (sparkling)
Lugana de San Bendetto (trebbiano)
Oltrepo Parese
Name the DOCG of Umbria
Sagrentino di Montefalco
Togiano Rosso
Orvieto
Torgiano Reserva
What DOCG is the farthest South and what is the main grape?
Cerasualo di Vittorio in Sicily
Nero d'Avola
Name 2 regions in Campania
Greco di Tufo DOCG
Fiano d'Avellino DOCG
Taurasi DOCG
Vesuvio
Taburno
Mendoza is the largest viticultural area in Argentina, name its regions
Santa Rosa
San Martin
San Rafael
Maipu - E Mendoza
Luian de Cuyo
Uco Valley
Name 4 regions in Victoria
Yarra Valley
Geelong
Sunbury
Pyrenees
Glenrowan
Bendigo
Goulburn Valley
Heathcote
Straithbogie Ranges
Upper Goulburn
Alpin Valleys
Beechworth
Rutherglen Grampians
Macedon Ranges
Mornington Peninsula
Henty
Shared w/New South Wales
Murray Darling
Swan Hill
There are 19
Name the 2 regions in Queensland
Granite Belt
South Burnett
Name 3 regions in New South Wales
Mudgee
orange
Hunter
Southern Highlands
Perrcoota
Riverna
Cowra
Hastings River
Shoalhaven Coast
Canberra District
Gundagai
Haltops
Tumbarumba
Shared w/New South Wales
Murray Darling
Swan Hill
There are 15
Name 2 regions in Western Australia
Margaret River
perth Hills
Great Southern
Swan District
Geographe
Blackwood Valley
Peel
There are 6
Name 2 regions on New Zealand's North Island
Gisborne (known for Poverty Bay) Muller Thurgau
Hawkes Bay - Chard, Cab
Martinborough - PN
Auckland - original wine region
Bay of Plenty
Waikoto
Wellington
Name 2 regions on New Zealand's South Island
Marlborough - PN & SB
Nelson, where Cloudy Bay is
Canterbury
Otaga
Name 4 regions within South Australia
Barossa Valley
Coonawarra
Eden Valley
Mclaren Vale
Adelaide Hills
Clare Valley
So Flanders Ranges
Currency Creek
So Fleurieu
Mount Benson
Padthaway
Riverland
Adelaide Plains
There are 13
South Australia is the largest produsing area and has the most popular regons
Name Pomerol's leading Estates
(not classified ever)
CH Petrus
CH Certan-dormay
CH l'Evangile
CH Lafleur
CH Petite Village
Vieux CH Certan
CH Le Bon Pasteur
CH Clinet
Clos Rene
CH l'Eglise Clinet
CH la Consellante
CH Latour a Pomerol
CH Trotanoy
CH Beauregard
CH Certtan Giraud
CH l'Eglise
CH la Croix de Gay
CH Gazin
Name the Cru of Beaujolais
Chenas
Fleurie
Brouilly
Julienas
Chiroubles
Cote de Brouilly
Morgon
Moulin-a-vent
Regnie
St Amour
Which AOC are on the right bank of Bordeaux?
What is their predominant grape?
What river are they on the right side of?
Pomerol
St Emilion
Merlot 70%
The Gironde
Where is Chinon & Vouvray
Touraine
an area in the Loire
What are the size bottles that Champagne comes in above a Litre?
Magnum = 2B
Jeroboam = 4B
Rehoboam = 6B
Methuselah = 8B
Salmanzar = 12B
Balthazar = 16B
Nebuchadnezzar = 20B
Name the sweet wine regions of the Loire
Coteaux de Layon
Quarts de Charme
Bonnezaux

They all grow Chenin Blanc
What grape is used to make Banyuls?
What type of wine is it?
Where is it produced?
Grenache Noir
it is a VDL, like a port
in the Languedoc
Collioure is the still table wine version
What does Cote d'or mean?
Golden Slope
Name 2 appellations of Anjou-Samur
Savennieres
Anjou
Bonnezeaux
Coteaux du Layon
Quarts de Charmes
Saumur
Saumur Champigny
List 4 fifth growths
CH Lynch-Bages
CH Clerc-Milon
CH du Tertre
CH Pontet-Canet
CH Batailley
CH Haut Batailley
CH Grand-Puy-Lacoste
CH Lynch-Moussas
CH Dauzac-Labarde
CH d'armaillhac
CH Haut-Bages-Liberal
CH Pedesclaux
CH Belgrave
CH de Camensac
CH Cos-labory
CH Croizet-Bages
CH Cantemerle
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Name 4 third growths
CH Lagrange
CH Langoa-Barton
CH Palmer
CH Calon-Segur
CH Marquis d'Alejm & Becker
CH Ferriere
CH Desmirail
CH La Lagune
CH Boya-Cantenac
CH Cantenac-Brown
CH Malescot-st-exupery
CH Giscours-Laborde
CH d'issan-Cantenac
CH Kirwan-Cantenac
Name 3 fourth growths
CH Duhart-Milon-Rothschild
CH Pouget
CH Talbot
CH Saint-Pierre
CH Brainaire-Ducru
CH La Tour Corret
CH Beychevelle
CH Prieure-Lichine
CH Marquis-de terme
What country is Santorini wine from?
Greece
What area are Padthaway wines from?
South Australia
What area is Orvieto wine from?
Umbria, Italy
What is the main grape of Veugot wines?
Pinot Noir
What is the largest AOC in Bordeaux?
The Medoc
What is the wine to change it's classification since the 1855 ruling,and in what year did it change?
in 1973 Mouton Rothschild moved from 2-1 the only one to change at all
Which region in France does reclassify it's rankings?
St Emilion
What are the 2 main regions of Alsace?
Bas Rhine & Haut Rhine
What is the difference between Vendange Tardive (VT) and Selection de Grains Nobles (SGN)?
VT is late harvest wines that are naturally sweet, and SGN are picked even later and affected by botrytis
What style wines are Provence's SW region Bergerac most similar to in style?
They are very much like Bordeaux
What is Cote de Beaune's sole Grand Cru?
Aloxe Cortone
What is the only wine that is actually cooked and what is the name of the vessel used to cook it in?
Madeira
Estufagem
What are the styles of Sake?
Junmai - 30% polished, no added alc
Honjozo-shu 30% polished, small amt of added alc
Ginjoshu 40% polished w or w/o added alc
Daiginjo-sho 50% polished w or w/o added alc
What is the name of the yeast used in commercial Sake?
Koji, depending on the type used it can dramatically effect the flavor
What is the difference between the ferementing of Lager and Ale?
Ales -Top fermenting
Lager- Bottom Fermenting