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Question 1
WSET Level 2 Question: What factor(s) contributes to Alsace, France making high quality wines? a)    The convergence of three large lakes bringing lots of humid air to the region b)    The Vosges mountains acting as a protective barrier from strong winds and rain a)     Vines planted on eastern foothills taking advantage of morning sun b)     Varietals such as Riesling, Pinot Gris and Gewürztraminer
A
b, c and d only
B
a, b and c only
C
a and b only
Question 2
WSET Level 1 questionIf you see Fino Sherry written on a label, the wine is traditionally from which country?
A
England
B
Italy
C
Germany
D
Spain
Question 3
WSET Level 3 Question:Which of these regions is not in the South West of France?
A
Cahors
B
Madiran
C
Jurancon
D
Saint Joseph
Question 4
WSET Level 3 Question:Name that grape!  Here is the description: it has thin skins so the wines can sometimes be lighter in color. Even young wines often show a browning at the rim. The sugars are high so there is potential for higher alcohol but the tannins are nice and soft. The red fruit flavors are generally strawberry and raspberry. The grapes like to be coddled in a warm to hot climate to ripen.
A
Nebbiolo
B
Grenache or Garnacha
C
Syrah or Shiraz
D
Sangiovese
Question 5
WSET Level 1 QuestionWhich wine is a sweet wine made in Bordeaux that is full-bodied, has stone fruit flavors like apricot along with honey, and has high acidity?
A
Sauternes
B
Graves
C
Entre-deux-Mers
D
Bordeaux Blanc
Question 6
WSET Level 2 QuestionMost wines from Alsace are white but a popular red wine is made from?
A
Tempranillo
B
Nebbiolo
C
Pinot Noir
D
Dornfelder
Question 7
WSET Level 1 Question:Sweet food dishes should be paired with:
A
Wines are sweeter than the food
B
Wines that are less sweet than the food
Question 8
WSET Level 2 QuestionWhat is the main difference between the Alsace AC and the Alsace Grand Cru AC?
A
Alsace AC can only be made from Riesling grapes
B
Alsace AC is the cheap, bulk wine
C
Alsace Grand Cru AC utilizes superior vineyard sites
Question 9
WSET Level 3 Question:Which one of these areas is not considered one of the Bordeaux copycat regions?
A
Montravel AC
B
Chinon AC
C
Monbazillac AC
D
Bergerac AC
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