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In the production of Champagne, which comes first:
liqueur de tirage
Which method of sparkling wine production is used for the majority of Prosecco DOC wines?
Dosage is best described as:
The level f yeast autolysis in a vintage Champagne
The sugar dosage added to the wine for the second fermentation
The sweetness category just above Brut
The amount of sugar added to the final wine, determining its sweetness
What is the South African term for traditional method sparkling wine?
At what stage in production does the transfer method diverge from the steps taken for traditional method sparkling wine?
Liqueur de tirage
In the traditional method, which of the following ranges best covers the additional alcohol created during the second fermentation?
1 - 1.5%
0 - 1%
2 - 3%
4 - 5%
Are producers allowed to blend red wines with white wines to make a rosé Champagne?
Only for vintage Champagnes with prior approval of the CIVC
Which sparkling wine requires just one fermentation?
South African sparkling
Which list includes the best lineup of cooler regions in Australia making sparkling wine?
Adelaide Hills, McLaren Vale, Heathcote
Yarra Valley, Adelaide Hills, Tasmania
Murray-Darling, Yarra Valley, Tasmania
Riverina, Hunter Valley, Tasmania
In Champagne's Montagne de Reims area, which grape dominates plantings?
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