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1

Zones of the New South Wales GI

-Big Rivers
-Central Ranges
-Hunter Valley
-Northern Rivers
-Northern Slopes
-South Coast
-Southern New South Wales
-Western Plains

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Regions of the Big Rivers Zone

-Murray Darling (Shared with Victoria GI In North West Victoria Zone)
-Perricoota
-Riverina
-Swan Hill (Shared with Victoria GI In North West Victoria Zone)

3

Which Zones share the Region Murray Darling and Swan Hill

-Big Rivers in New South Wales GI
-North West Victoria in Victoria GI

4

Regions of the Central Ranges Zone

-Cowra
-Mudgee
-Orange

5

Region of the Hunter Valley Zone

Hunter

6

Subregions of the Hunter Region

-Broke Fordwich
-Pokolbin
-Upper Hunter Valley

7

Region of the Northern Rivers Zone

Hastings River

8

Region of the Northern Slopes Zone

New England Australia (Newest GI as of 2009)

9

Regions of the South Coast Zone

-Shoalhaven Coast
-Southern Highlands

10

Regions of Southern New South Wales Zone

-Canberra District
-Tumbarumba
-Hilltops
-Gundagai

11

Who produces Yellowtail

Casella

12

What is Semillion called in the Hunter Region

"Hunter Riesling" coming from Hunter Valley in New South Wales

13

Zones of Victoria GI

-Central Victoria
-Gippsland
-North East Victoria
-North West Victoria
-Port Phillip
-Western Victoria

14

Regions of the Central Victoria Zone

-Bendigo
-Goulburn Valley
-Heathcote
-Strathbogie Ranges
-Upper Goulburn

15

Subregion of the Goulburn Valley In Central Victoria Zone

Nagambie Lakes

16

Regions of North East Victoria

-Alpine Valleys
-Beechworth
-Glenrowan
-King Valley
-Rutherglen

17

Regions of North West Victoria

-Murray Darling (Shared with New South Wales)
-Swan Hill (Shared with New South Wales)
These two Regions are shared with the Big Rivers Zone in New South Wales

18

Regions of Port Phillip

-Geelong
-Macedon Ranges
-Mornington Peninsula
-Sunbury
-Yarra Valley

19

Regions of Western Victoria

-Grampians
-Henty
-Pyrenees

20

Subregion of Grampians in Western Victoria

Great Western

21

Give the classifications, Age Range and Sweetness levels of Rutherglen Muscat

Rutherglen Muscat
Classification Average Age Residual Sugar
Muscat 5 years 180-240 g/l
Classic Muscat 10 years 200-280 g/l
Grand Muscat 15 years 270-400 g/l
Rare Muscat 20+ years 270-400 g/l

22

Zones of the South Australia GI

-Adelaide Superzone
-Barossa
-Far North
-Fleurieu
-Limestone Coast
-Lower Murray
-Mount Lofty Ranges
-The Peninsulas

23

Regions of Barossa

-Barossa Valley
-Eden Valley

24

Subregion of the Region Eden Valley of Barossa Zone in South Australia GI

High Eden

25

Region of Far North

Southern Flinders Ranges

26

Regions of Fleurieu

-Currency Creek
-Kangaroo Island
-Langhorne Creek
-McLaren Vale
-Southern Fleurieu

27

Regions of the Limestone Coast

-Coonawarra
-Mount Benson
-Padthaway
-Robe
-Wrattonbully
-Mount Gambier

28

Region of Lower Murray

Riverland

29

In which zone would you find the region Riverland

Lower Murray

30

Regions of Mount Lofty Ranges

-Adelaide Hills
-Adelaide Plains
-Clare Valley

31

Subregions of Adelaide Hills in Mount Lofty Ranges Zone in Southern Australia GI

-Lenswood
-Picadilly Valley

32

What is the famous soil found primarily in Coonawarra; what is it?

Terra Rossa which is a red iron-rich clay

33

What is Mataro

Synonym for Mourvedre

34

Name the two unofficial subregions of Clare Valley in Mount Lofty Ranges in Southern Australia

-Watervale
-Polish Hill
-Auburn
-Sevenhill
-Clare

35

What white grape is Clare Valley best known for

Rieslings produced in a dry style
(Clare Valley in Mount Lofty Ranges in Southern Australia)

36

What zones can be utilized in the production of "Adelaide Superzone" wines

-Barossa
-Fleurieu
-Mount Lofty Ranges

37

What is the primary famous soil of the Limestone Coast

Terra Rossa soil

38

Zones of Western Australia GI

-Central Western Australia
-Eastern Plains, Inland and North of Western Australia
-Greater Perth
-South West Australia
-West Australian East Coast

39

Regions of Greater Perth Zone

-Peel
-Perth Hills
-Swan District

40

Subregion of Swan District in the Greater Perth Zone in Western Australia GI

Swan Valley

41

Regions of South West Australia

-Blackwood Valley
-Geographe
-Great Southern
-Manjimup
-Margaret River
-Pemberton

42

Subregions of Great Southern in South West Australia Zone in Southern Australia GI

-Albany
-Denmark
-Frankland RIver
-Mount Barker
-Porongurup

43

What is the largest state of Australia

Western Australia

44

What is the hottest appellation of Australia

Swan Valley in Swan District in Greater Perth in Western Australia

45

What is Australia's coolest wine producing region

Tasmania

46

Regions of Queensland

-Granite Belt
-South Burnett
-Darling Downs (Unofficial)

47

Name the Unofficial Subregions of Northern Tasmania

-Pipers River
-Tamar Valley
-North West Coast

48

Name the Unofficial Subregions of Southern Tasmania

-Derwent Valley
-Huon Valley
-Coal River/ Richmond
-The East Coast (Cranbrook/Bicheno Area)

49

Where would you find the unofficial subregion of The East Coast and what areas does it consist of

Cranbook and Bicheno Area located in Southern Tasmania

50

What is the Eastern and Southern most wine making country?

New Zealand

51

What is the southernmost wine making region of the world

Central Otago in the South Island of New Zealand

52

Regions of the North Island in New Zealand

-Northland
-Auckland
-Waikato/Bay of Plenty
-Gsborne
-Hawkes Bay
-Wellington (Wairarapa)

53

Subregions of Northland in New Zealand's North Island

-Kerikeri
-Kaitaia
-Whangerei

54

Subregions of Auckland in New Zealand

-Matakana/Mahurangi
-Kumeu/Huapai
-Henderson
-Waiheke Island
-South Aukland (Includes Clevedon)

55

Subregions of Waikato and Bay of Plenty

-Te Kauwhata
-Te Awamutu
-Cooks Beach (Coromandel Peninsula)
-Lake Taupo
-Hamilton
-Rotorua

56

Subregions of Gisborne in New Zealand's North Island

-Waipaoa
-Ormond
-Ormond Valley
-Golden Slope
-Central Valley
-Riverpoint
-Patutahi
-Patutahi Plateau
-Manutuke

57

Subregions of Hawkes Bay in New Zealand's North Island

-Esk Valley
-Dartmoor Valley
-Ngatarawa
-Gimblett Gravels
-Havelock North
-Ngaruroro River Valley
-Te Awanga
-Crownthorpe
-Waipukurau
-Takapau

58

What was the first GI of New Zealand

Martinborough GI located in Wairarapa (North Island of New Zealand)

59

Subregions of Wairarapa in New Zealand's North Island

-Martinborough GI
-Masterton
-East Taratahi (Dakins Road)
-Wairarapa Valley
-Te Muna Road
-Gladstone

60

What is the southern most region of New Zealand's North Island

Wairarapa

61

What is the Northern most region on New Zealand's South Island

Nelson

62

Subregions of Nelson in New Zealand's South Island

-Waimea Plains
-Upper Moutere
-Motueka
-Takaka/ Golden Bay

63

Subregions of Marlborough in New Zealand's South Island

-Wairau Valley
-Awatere Valley
-Southern Valleys (Brancott, Omaka, Waihopai)

64

Subregions of Canterbury in New Zealand's South Island

-Canterbury Plains
-Waipara

65

Subregions of Central Otago

North Otago: Waitaki Valley

South Otago:
-Alexandra
-Cromwell Basin
-Wanaka
-Gibbston

66

What is the world's southern most wine growing region

Central Otago in New Zealand (South Island)

67

What is the Australian term for Tokay

Topaque

68

What is the Australian term for Sherry

Apera

69

Where would you find the Ngaruroro River

New Zealand, Hawkes Bay

70

Where would you find the Tukituki River

New Zealand, Hawkes Bay

71

Where would you find the Para River

Barossa Valley

72

How does Wine Australia define Region and Sub-Regions

-Single tracts of land
-5 independently owned vineyards of at least 5 hectares a piece
-Minimum output of 500 tonnes of grapes

73

What are the 4 age categories of the Barossa Vine Charter

-Old Vines: 35 years of age
-Survivor Vines: 70 years of age
-Centenarian Vines: 100 years of age
-Ancestor Vines: 125 years of age

74

What are "Scarce Earth" wines

Shiraz wines from McClaren Vale that are part of the McClaren Vale Sustainable Winegrowing Australia group that have been approved by the Scarce Earth group based on factors such as not being overshadowed by oak and showing no faults; the approval is driven by taste not by hard and fast numbers although the vines of the grapes must be 10 years old.

75

What is the easternmost region in the world. Be as specific as possible. What is the most planted grape there.

Gisborne in New Zealand's North Island. The most planted grape here used to be Muller Thurgau but is now Chardonnay