April 2015 Quiz
Test your wine knowledge by answering a range of questions pulled from WSET Level 1, 2, and 3 as well as the CSW certification programs offered by Napa Valley Wine Academy.
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Level 3 Question:Which of the following german terms indicate that a sparkling wine has been made sparkling in Germany from base wines that are imported from France or Italy?
Deutscher Sekt bA
Level 1 Question:Châteauneuf-du-Pape is a________________
Light-bodied still red wine.
Medium-bodied sparkling white wine.
Full-bodied still red wine.
Light-bodied fortified white wine.
CSW Question:All of the following are sub-regions of Rioja with the exception of?
CSW Question:The Austrian measure for must weight is called?
CSW Question:Which of the following grape varieties is the most planted grape variety in France.
Level 1 Question:Which of the following wines has higher tannins?
Level 3 Question:Which of the following Loire Valley regions does not allow a wine to be made from Pinot Noir?
None of the regions permit Pinot Noir
Level 2 Question:The Spanish term for a Medium-dry Cava is_______
Level 1 Question:Detergent left on a glass can make a sparkling wine lose its sparkle more quickly?
Level 3 Question:Which of the following sparkling wine production methods produces wines that most resemble the style of wine produced by the traditional method?
Level 2 Question:The term Grosses Gewächs on a german wine label indicates which of the following?
a wine that is made from grapes grown on the top of a hill.
either a high-quality dry or sweet wine made from riper grapes.
a high-quality sweet wine made from riper grapes.
a high-quality dry wine made from riper grapes.
Level 2 Question:In the European Union (EU) wines that indicate a geographical indication (IG) are divided into two quality categories, they are?
Denominazione do Origine Controllate e Garantita (DOCG) and Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC)
Protected Viticultural Area (PVA) and Protected Place of Origin (PPO)
Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) and Protected Geographical Indication (PGI)
Protected Geographical Origin (PGO) and Protected Designation Indication (PDI)
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