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1

Who ordered Gamay be ripped up and replanted with Pinot Noir?

Valois Duke

2

Who is the only producers of Musigny Blanc?

Comte Georges de Vogue

3

Who is Emmanuel Rouget?

Henri Jayer's nephew who took over his estate

4

Who founded the Hospice de Beaune and when?

Nicolas Rolin in 1443

5

Which villages of the Cote de Nuits produce AOP white wines?

Marsannay, Fixin, Morey St. Denis, Nuits St. Georges

6

Which village has the majority of Bonnes Mares?

Chambolle Musigny

7

What major villages of the Cote Chalonnaise produce exclusively white wines?

Bouzeron and Montagny

8

Which Corton AOPs only produce white wines?

Corton Charlemagne and Charlemagne

9

Where is Tressot planted in Burgundy?

In the Yonne department, but it is not allowed to be replanted

10

Where is Taille Pieds 1er cru located?

Volnay

11

Where is Morgeot 1er cru located?

Chassagne-Montrachet

12

Where is Les Pucelles 1er cru located?

Puligny-Montrachet

13

Where is Les Marconnet 1er located?

Beaune

14

Where is Les Genevrieres 1er located?

Meursault

15

Where is Les Damoiselles 1er located?

Puligny-Montrachet

16

Where is Les Chenevottes 1er located?

Chassagne-Montrachet

17

Where is Les Charmes 1er located?

Meursault

18

Where is Les Caillerets 1er located?

Volnay

19

Where is Greves 1er located?

Beaune

20

Where is En Cailleret 1er located?

Chassagne-Montrachet

21

Where is Cros Parantoux 1er located?

Vosne-Romanee

22

Where is Clos du Roi 1er located?

Beaune

23

Where is Clos des Mouches 1er located?

Beaune

24

Where is Clos des Ducs 1er located? Who is it a monopole of?

Volnay; Marquis d'Angerville

25

Where is Clos des Chenes 1er located?

Volnay

26

Where is Clos de Reas 1er located?

Vosne Romanee

27

Where is Clos de la Maltroie 1er located?

Chassagne-Montrachet

28

Where is Clacoillon 1er located?

Puligny-Montrachet

29

Where is Champ Canet 1er located?

Puligny-Montrachet

30

Where is Beaux Monts 1er located?

Vosne-Romanee

31

Where is Aux Perrieres 1er located?

Meursault

32

Where is Aux Malconsorts 1er located?

Vosne-Romanee

33

Where is Pinot Blanc most notably permitted in Burgundy?

Nuist Saint Georges

34

Where is Les Rugiens 1er located?

Pommard (divided into Haut and Bas)

35

Where is Les Paulands located?

Aloxe-Corton (It is a climat of Corton, extending down the slope to 1er and further down to simply village.)

36

Where is Les Eponots 1er located?

Pommard

37

Where is Les Amoureuses 1er located?

Chambolle Musigny

38

Where is Il de Vergelesses 1er located?

Pernand-Vergelesses

39

Where is Henri Jayer located?

Vosne Romanee

40

Where is Clos de Marechaudes?

Aloxe Corton (It is a climat that extends down the slope and turns into 1er cru)

41

Where is Chevalier Montrachet located?

Puligny-Montrachet

42

Where is Blagny located?

Cote de Beaune, neighbor to Meursault

43

What and where is Bouzeron AOP?

Aligote; Cote Chalonnaise

44

When were the AOCs (including Gran Crus) of Burgundy created?

1936

45

When was the release of Beaujolais Noveau first authorized?

1951

46

When was St. Bris AOP elevated from VDQS? What are the permitted grapes?

2003; Sauvignon Blanc and Sauvignon Gris

47

When is Beaujolais Noveau released?

3rd Thursday of November

48

When did negociants first appear in Burgundy? When did they start to lose control?

18th century- to start capitalizing on the new Napoleonic code; Until the advent of domaine bottling in the 1930s.

49

What was the last grand cru to be promoted?

La Grand Rue in 1992

50

What was Bourgogne Grand Ordinaire AOP rechristened? What are the wines under the AOP?

Coteaux Bourguignons AOP; The same all-encompassing dimensions as Bourgogne AOP but allows Gamay in the red blends. It also authorizes inexpensive white and rose blends.

51

What villages of the Cote Chalonnaise produce more red than white wines?

Givry and Mercurey

52

What villages may append their name to the Bourgogne AOP in the Yonne Department?

Chintry, Vezelay and Epineuil

53

What village allows for red, white and rose wines?

Marsannay

54

What two villages of the Cote de Nuits do not have their own AOPs? What may they be labeled as?

Flagey-Echezeaux- as Vosne Romanee
Premeaux- as Nuits St. Georges

55

What three villages claim a portion of the Corton Grand Cru?

Aloxe-Corton, Ladiox-Serrigny and Pernand-Vergelesses

56

What soils characterize Beaujolais?

Southern sector is flatter and clay based while the northern sector is granite hillsides of the craggy 'Monts de Beaujolais'

57

What regions of Burgundy utilize Gamay?

Coteaux Bourguignon AOP
Beaujolais
Maconnais

58

What regions of Burgundy are located in the Rhone Department?

Beaujolais and Coteaux du Lyonnais

59

What major villages of Cote Chalonnaise may produce either red or white wines?

Rully
Givry
Mercurey

60

What lieux-dits were approved in the 1990's?

La Chapelle Nortre-Dame
La Chapitre
Cotes St. Jacques
Montrecul

61

What is the wine traditionally used for a kir cocktail?

Bouzeron Aligote AOP

62

What is the 8th unofficial grand cru of Chablis?

La Moutonne- it is comprised of parcels of both Preuses and Vaudesir and is a monopole of Domaine Long Depaquit

63

What is the traditional pairing with Andouillette sausages and salade Lyonnaise?

A glass of Gamay, slightly chilled

64

What is the smallest white Grand Cru of Burgundy?

Criots Batard Montrachet

65

What is the smallest AOP of France?

La Romanee

66

What is the only commune appellation in the Cote Chalonnaise that does not permit 1er cru bottlings?

Bouzeron AOP

67

What is the most southerly village of the Cote de Beaune?

Cheilly-les-Maranges

68

What is the minimum required alcohol for Petit Chablis? Chablis Grand Cru?

9.5%; 11%

69

What is the minimum percentage of Pinot Noir for Bourgogne Passetoutgrains AOP?

Minimum 30% Pinot Noir with a smaller proportion of Gamay.

70

What is the maximum ABV carbonic maceration can produce?

Approimently 2%.

71

What is the lightest cru of Beaujolais? The darkest and most tannic?

Chiroubles; Moulin-a-Vent

72

What is the largest viticultural source in the Cote d'Or?

Gevrey Chambertin- 370 ha of Pinot Noir are planted, including 50 ha in the neighboring Brochon; Gevrey has the highest number of Grand Crus

73

What is the largest Grand Cru in Cote de Nuits?

Clos de Vougeot

74

What is the Hospices du Beaune?

Celebrated on the 3rd Sunday of November, they auction the holdings of both the Hotel-Dieu and the Hospice de la Charite; 58 ha- split into dozens of cuvees, making the combined charity one of the largest landowners in the Cote d'Or.

75

What is the highest level Puligny Montrachet, Meursault, or Chassagne-Montrachet can produce red wine at?

1er cru

76

What is the great 1er cru of Nuits St. Georges?

Les Saint Georges

77

What is Rully a constant source of?

Chardonnay

78

What is Pinot Gris known as in Burgundy?

Pinot Beurot

79

What is metayge?

Sharecropping

80

What is fermage?

Leasing

81

What is Bourgogne Mousseaux?

Sparkling red wines

82

Who is Beaujolais' largest producer?

Georges Duboeuf

83

What is another name for the Cote Chalonnaise?

Region de Mercurey

84

What is a piece?

228 L traditional Burgundy barrel

85

What grapes may be utilized to produce Beaujolais Blanc?

Chardonnay and Aligote-> only if planted prior to 2005

86

What grapes are used to produce the wines of Coteaux du Lyonnais AOP?

Reds and Roses- Gamay
Whites- Charonnay, Aligote and Pinot Blanc

87

What grapes are the reds and roses of Macon AOP based on?

Gamay

88

What Grand Crus make both red and white wines?

Le Musigny and Corton

89

What Grand Crus are shared between Puligny-Montrachet and Chassagne-Montrachet?

Montrachet and Batard Montrachet

90

What do a majority of the vineyards of Rully produce?

Cremant de Bourgogne AOP

91

What department is Cote Chalonnaise located in?

Saone-et-Loire

92

What department is Coteaux du Lyonnais in?

Rhone department

93

What Corton AOP produces red and white wines?

Corton

94

What communes are included in the Pouilly-Fuisse AOP?

Fuisse
Solutre-Pouilly
Vergisson
Chaintre

95

What colors may be produced under the Macon AOP?

Red, white and rose

96

What colors may be produced under the Macon-Villages AOP?

White

97

What color wines may be produced under the Beaujolais AOP?

Red, white and rose

98

What color wines may be produced under the Coteaux du Lyonnais AOP?

Red, white and rose

99

What are the village appellations for red wines in the Cote de Nuits?

(N->S) Marsannay, Fixin, Gevrey Chambertin, Morey St. Denis, Chambolle Musigny, Vougeot, Vosne Romanee, Nuits St. Georges

100

What are the two dominant soils of Chablis?

Kimmeridgian and Portlandian

101

What are the top 1er crus of Gevrey Chambertin?

Clos st. Jacques, Lavaux St. Jacques and Les Cazetieres

102

What are the top two Grand Crus of Puligny-Montrachet?

Montrachet and Chevalier Montrachet

103

What are the second tier Grand Crus of Gevrey Chambertin?

Charmes-Chambertin and Latricieres-Chambertin
(Both are often outperformed by Clos St. Jacques)

104

What are the red wines of Irancy based on?

Light reds based on Pinot Noir, Cesar and Pinot Gris.

105

What are the 1er Crus of Vougeot?

Les Cras
Le Clos Blanc
Clos de la Perriere
Les Petits Vougeot

106

What are the only two Grand Crus of Vosne Romanee with multiple owners?

Richebourg and Romanee St Vivant

107

What are the Grand Crus of Vosne Romanee?

La Tache
Romanee Conti
La Romanee
La Grand Rue
Richebourg
Romanee St Vivant

108

What are the Grand Crus of Puligny Montrachet?

Montrachet
Batard-Montrachet
Chevalier-Montrachet
Bienvenus-Batard-Montrachet

109

What are the Grand Crus of Morey St. Denis?

Clos St. Denis
Clos de la Roche
Clos de Tart
Clos de Lambrays
Bonnes Mares

110

What are the Grand Crus of Gevrey Chambertin?

Chambertin
Chambertin-Clos de Beze
Charmes Chambertin
Mazoyeres Chambertin
Chapelle Chambertin
Griotte Chambertin
Latricieres Chambertin
Mazis Chambertin
Ruchottes Chambertin

111

What are the Grand Crus of Flagey-Echezeaux?

Echezeaux
Grands Echezeaux

112

What are the Grand Crus of Chassagne Montrachet?

Montrachet
Batard-Montrachet
Criots-Batard-Montrachet

113

What are the Grand Crus of Chambolle Musigny?

Musigny
Bonnes Mares

114

What are the Grand Crus of Chablis?

Les Clos
Vaudesir
Valmur
Les Preuses
Blanchot
Bougros
Grenouilles

115

What are the departments of Burgundy?

Cote d'Or
Yonne
Rhone
Saone-et-Loire

116

What are the communes of the Yonne department?

Chablis
Auxerre
Irancy
St. Bris

117

What are the better 1er crus of Chablis?

Montee de Tonnerre
Fourchaume
Montmains
Mont de Milieu

118

What are the five village appellations of the Maconnais?

Pouilly-Fuisse
Pouilly-Loche
St. Vernan
Vire Clese

119

What are the five main villages of the Cote Chalonnaise?

Bouzeron
Rully
Givry
Mercurey
Montagny

120

What are the two most full bodied red wines of the Cote de Beaune?

Corton
Pommard

121

What three appellations make up Corton Grand Cru?

Corton
Corton Charlemagne
Charlemagne

122

What two village AOPs of the Cote de Beaune only produce red wines?

Pommard and Volnay

123

Romanee Conti is a monopole of whose?

DRC

124

Prior to 2004, what village could be labeled 1er cru if they exhibited a minimum alcohol content of 11.5%?

Montagny- the vineyards have since been divided

125

Name the 10 crus of Beaujolais from North to South.

St Amour
Julienas
Moulin-a-Vent
Chenas
Fleurie
Chiroubles
Morgon
Regnie
Brouilly
Cote de Brouilly

126

Name a monopole of Marquis d'Angerville in Volnay.

Clos de Ducs

127

Name a monopole of Comte Armand.

Clos des Epeneaux

128

Name five 1er crus of Chassagne Montrachet.

Les Chenevottes
Clos de la Maltroie
En Cailleret
Champsgain
Morgeot

129

Name four 1er crus of Vosne Romanee.

Aux Malconsorts
Clos de Reas
Beaux Monts
Cros Parantoux

130

Name four 1er crus of Volnay.

Taille Pieds
Les Caillerets
Clos des Chenes
Clos des Ducs

131

Name four 1er crus of Puligny Montrachet.

Les Pucelles
Les Damoiselles
Clavoillon
Champs Canet

132

Name four 1er crus of Beaune.

Les Marconnets
Greves
Clos du Rio
Clos de la Mouches

133

Name three 1er crus of Meursault.

Aux Perriers
Les Genevrieres
Les Charmes

134

Name three negociants located in Beaune.

Joseph Drouhin
Bouchard Pere et Fils
Louis Jadot

135

Name three climats of Clos de Vougeot.

Grand Maupertuis
Petit Maupertuis
Musigni

136

Name two producers located in Puligny Montrachet.

Domaine Leflaive
Louis Carillon

137

Name two lieux dits of Meursault.

Les Narvaux
Les Chevaliers

138

Name two producers in Morey St. Denis.

Dujac
Ponsot

139

Mercurey's output alone accounts for roughly what portion of the entire production of the Cote Chalonnaise?

3/4

140

La Romanee is a monopole of who?

Liger Belair

141

La Grand Rue is a monopole of who?

Francios Lamarche

142

How many villages can produce Macon Villages AOP? Name three villages that may append their name.

41
Lugny, Charnay-les-Macon, Sologny

143

How many 1er crus are in Beaune?

42

144

How many ha is Le Montrachet? How many cases are produced annually by the 24+ producers?

8ha
3,600 cases

145

How many growers claim Clos de Vougeot?

80+

146

How many Grand Crus in the Cote de Nuits?

24

147

How many communes fall under the Beaujolais Villages AOP?

38 including the 10 northern cru villages

148

How many communes and what colors can be produced under the Bourgogne Cote Chalonnaise AOP?

44 communes
Red, white and rose

149

Clos de Epeneaux is a monopole of who?

Comte Armand
It is the central portion of he Les Epenots 1er cru in Pommard

150

Clos de Vougeot accounts for what portion of the commune's acreage?

80%

151

Clos de Tart is a monopole of who?

Mommessin

152

Where is Domaine Leroy based?

Vosne Romanee

153

Where is Michel Gros based?

Vosne Romanee

154

Where is Anne Gros based?

Vosne Romanee

155

Where is Jean Grivot based?

Vosne Romanee

156

Where is Meo-Camuzet based?

Vosne Romanee

157

Where is Henri Jayer based?

Vosne Romanee

158

Where is Comte Georges de Vogue based?

Chambolle Musigny

159

Where is Barthod based?

Chambolle Musigny

160

Where is Roumier based?

Chambolle Musigny

161

Where is Perrot-Minot based?

Chambolle Musigny

162

Where is Henri Gouges based?

Nuits St. Georges

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Where is Joseph Faiveley based?

Nuits St. Georges

164

Where is Jean-Jacques Confuron based?

Nuits St. Georges

165

Where is Domaine de Perdix based?

Nuits St. Georges

166

Were is Hubert de Montille based?

Volnay

167

Where is Michel Lafarge based?

Volnay

168

Where is Fourrier based?

Gevrey Chambertin

169

Where is Armand Rousseau based?

Gevrey Chambertin

170

Where is Coche Dury based?

Meursault

171

Where is Guy Roulot based?

Meursault

172

Where is Comtes Lafon based?

Meursault

173

Name of the monastic order burgundy traces its modern origins to

Cistercian

174

Napoleonic code

Requires inheritances to be split equally among heirs. This edict greatly fractured vineyard ownership over time and laid the foundation for the current division of Burgundy holdings.

175

Selection massale

An ancient old world technique, still used today, of maintaining the health and character of a vineyard, or starting a new one, by selecting cuttings for propagation from the most desirable older vines in a vineyard, rather than using specific clonal materials from a nursary. It can help maintain consistency in a vineyard while creating diversity and complexity.

176

Permitted white grapes

Chardonnay, Pinot blanc, aligote

177

4 quality levels

Regional, village, premier cru, grand cru

178

Cote de beaune villages AOP

Red wines. May be sourced from any village in the cote de beaune EXCEPT pommard, volnay, aloxe-corton and beaune

179

Cote de nuits villages AOP

Red and (rarely) white. May be sourced from the villages of fixin and brochon in the north and prissey, corgoloin and comblanchien in the south.

180

Smallest grand cru vineyard

La romanee (less than a hectare)

181

Largest grand cru vineyard

Corton (over 160 hectares)

182

4 Chablis AOPs

Petit Chablis, Chablis, Chablis premier cru, Chablis grand gru.

183

7 grand crus of Chablis. (N to S)

Bougros, les preuses, les grenouilles, valmer, les clos, blanchots

184

8th unofficial grand cru of Chablis

La moutonne

185

Minimum alcohol petit Chablis

9.5%

186

Minimum alcohol Chablis grand cru

11%

187

All the grand cru Chablis vineyards share what?

A single southwestern facing hillside north of the town of Chablis. The south facing slopes have the advantage of added warmth

188

Premier crus of Chablis (5)

Mont de milieu, montmains, montee de tonnerre, fourchaume, vaillons.

189

All grand crus in Chablis have ____ soil.

Kimmeridgian. It is older and highly regarded as a better soil for the Chardonnay grape

190

Irancy AOP

Light red wines based on Pinot noir, Cesar, and Pinot Gris and are suitable for drinking young.

191

St Bris AOP

Was elevated from VDQS in 2003. For white wines produced from Sauvignon blanc and Sauvignon Gris.

192

All cote de nuits grand crus are red except

Musigny

193

All Cote de Beaune Grand Crus are white except...?

Corton

194

Which Cote de Nuits villages produce AOP white wines?

Marsannay, Fixin, Morey St. Denis, Vougeot, Nuits st. Georges

195

The wines from Flagey-Exchezeaux may be labeled as what?

Vosne Romanee

196

Premeaux may be labeled as what?

Nuits st. Georges

197

Blanc production of Musigny Grand Cru is limited to a single producer. Who?

Comte Georges de Vogue

198

Highly acclaimed estates in Gevrey Chambertin

Armand Rousseau, Claude Dugat, Fourrier

199

(5) Premier crus of Morey St Denis

Clos de la Bussier, Clos des Ormes, Les Sorbes, Aux Charmes, Les Monts Luisants

200

(2) Monopoles of Morey st Denis

Clos de la Bussier, Clos de Tart

201

Top producers from Morey st Denis

Dujac, Ponsot

202

(5) premier crus of chambolle musigny

Les Sentiers, Les Combottes, Les Charmes, Les Cras, Les Amoureuses

203

Top producers from Chambolle Musigny

Georges de Vogue, Barthod, Georges / Christopher Roumier, Perrot-Minot

204

(5) premier crus of Vosne Romanee

Aux Malconsorts, Les Charmes, Clos de Reas, Les Suchots, Les Beaux Monts

205

(5) monopoles of Vosne- Romanee

Clos de Reas, La Tache, Romanee-Conti, La Romanee, La Grand Rue

206

What did Henri Jayer do?

He was a pioneering and galvanizing winemaker who advocated softness, richness, color and oak

207

Top producers in Vosne-Romanee

Domaine Romanee Conti, Domaine Leroy, Michel Gros, Anne Gros, Jean Grivot, Meo Camuzet

208

(6) premier crus of Nuits st Georges

Aux Murgers, La Damodes, Aux Boudots, Les Cailles, Clos Arlot, Les st Georges

209

Top producers from Nuits st Georges

Henri Gouges, Joseph Faiveley, Jean-Jacques Confuron, Domaine de Perdrix

210

Who owns the monopole Clos de Tart

Mommessin

211

Who owns the monopole La Tache?

DRC

212

Who owns the monopole Romanee-Conti

DRC

213

Who owns the monopole La Romanee

Liger-Belair

214

Who owns the monopole La Grand Rue

Francois Lamarche

215

Northern most village in Cote de Beaune

Ladoix

216

(3) premier crus of Pernand - Vergelesses

Les Fichots, Les Vergelesse, Ile des Vergelesse

217

(5) premier crus of Aloxe- Corton

Les Paulands, Les Chaillots, Clos du Chapitre, Les Vercots, Les Petites Lolieres

218

(5) premier crus of Savigny les Beaune

Les Serpentieres, Les Lauieres, Les Guettes, Les Malconsorts, Les Jarrons

219

(5) premier crus of Beaune

Les Bresaandes, Clos du Roi, Les Marconnets, Clos des Mouches, Vignes Franches

220

When does the hospices du Beaune go to auction?

The 3rd Sunday of November.

221

(5) premier crus of Pommard

Les Epenots, Clos de la Commaraine, Les Arvelets, Le Clos Blanc, Les Bertins

222

(6) premier crus of Volnay

Clos des Ducs, Les Caillerets, Clos de la Barre, Mitans, Champans, Taille Pieds

223

Esteemed producers of Volnay

D' Angerville, Hubert de Montille, Michel Lafrarge

224

(5) premier crus of Monthlie

Sur la Velle, Le Cas Rougeot, Le Village, Le Chateau Gaillard, Les Duresses

225

(5) premier crus of Auxey-Duresses

Climat du Val, Clos du Val, La Chapelle, Les Duresses, Les Grands Champs

226

(5) premier crus of Meursault

Les Cras, Charmes, Sous Le Dos d'Ane, Perrieres, Le Porusot

227

Top producers of Meursault

Coche-Dury, Guy Roulot, Comtes Lafon

228

Lieux-Dits

Named vineyards that appear on labels but legally remain village wines

229

White wines from Blagny are labeled as...

Meursault-Blagny

230

Blagny AOP is ___ wines

Red only

231

(5) premier crus of Puligny-Montrachet

Champ Gain, Le Cailleret, Les Demoiselles, Les Pucelles, Les Combettes

232

Highly regarded producers in Puligny Montachet

Domaine Leflaive, Louis Carillon

233

(5) premier crus of Chassagne- Montrachet

Les Embazees, Les Petits Clos, La Romanee, Morgeot, Les Combes

234

Top producer of Chassagne Montrachet

Ramonet

235

(5) premier crus of St Aubin

En Creots, Les Champlots, Les Combes, Le Puits, Les Cortons

236

(5) premier crus of Santenay

Les Graviers, Beauregard, Passtemps, Grand Clos Rousseau, Clos Rousseau

237

(3) subregions of Les Maranges

Cheilly- les- Maranges, Dezize- les- Maranges, Sampigny- les- Maranges

238

Cote Chalonnaise soils

Limestone similar to that of the northern areas.

239

Cote Chalonnaise climate

Slightly cooler, windier climate mandates a longer grower season, and the resulting later harvest is a drawback in cooler years

240

(5) main villages of Cote Chalonnaise

Bouzeron, Rully, Givry, Mercurey, Montagny

241

Red or white? Villages of Cote Chalonnaise

Bouzeron and Montagny- exclusively white. Rully, Givry, Mercurey- either.

242

Which appellation in Chalonnaise that does not permit premier cru bottlings

Bouzeron

243

(3) single vineyards of Macon-Villages AOP

Lugny, Charnay-les-Macon, Sologny

244

Macon AOP wines can be what style, from what grapes?

Red whites and rose wines. Reds and roses are gamay based.

245

Macon-Villages AOP wines are...

White and originate from one of the 41 demarcated villages. If the wine is from a single vineyard, the village name may be added in place of "villages" on the label.

246

(5) other major village appellations of Maconnaise

Pouilly- Fuisse, Pouilly-Loche, Pouilly-Vinzelles, St Veran, Vire Clesse

247

Beaujolais is technically in which departement?

Rhone department

248

Prior to 2005, which grapes were permitted in Beaujolais blanc?

Aligote and Chardonnay.

249

To qualify as Beaujolais superieur...

Wines require a higher must weight and an additional .5% of potential alcohol

250

Which cru of Beaujolais produces the lightest wines that are lithe and nearly ephemeral?

Chiroubles

251

Which cru of Beaujolais produces the darkest and most tannic wines?

Moulin-a-Vent

252

When is Beaujolais nouveau released?

The 3rd Thursday of November

253

Popularized viticulture technique of Beaujolais

Carbonic maceration and semi-carbonic maceration

254

Wines produced with some degree of carbonic maceration are often___

Fruity and highly floral and tend to exhibit a softer tannic structure than those produced solely through the work of yeast

255

Coteaux du Lyonnais AOP

South of Beaujolais and closer to Rhone valley. Climate and wines are more like that of burgundy, however. Red and rose produced from gamay. White produced from Chardonnay, aligote, and Pinot blanc

256

Where is Maranges?

Cote de Beaune

257

Mazoyeres-Chambertin is a climat of the grand cru:

Charmes-Chambertin

258

Bonnes Mares is shared between:

Chambolle and Morey St Denis

259

Where is Fourchaume?

Chablis

260

Where is Les Genevrieres?

Meursault

261

Vergisson is a commune of:

Pouilly Fuisse

262

Other than Pommard and Volnay, which commune of the Cote de Beaune produces red wines exclusively?

Blagny

263

What is the capacity of the Bourgogne piece or barrel?

228 liters

264

In what decade were AOC laws introduced to Burgundy?

1930s

265

What grape is used in Saint Bris AOP?

Sauvignon (blanc and Gris)

266

What is an 'une ouvree'

An area of measurement based upon the amount of vines a worker can tend in one day

267

How many liters in a jeroboam from Burgundy

3 liters (4 bottles)

268

How many grand cru vineyards in Burgundy?

33

269

Vin primeur is another name for:

Beaujolais nouveau

270

What region in Burgundy is sometimes referred to as the Region of Mercury?

Cote Chalonnaise

271

Where is the 1er cru Aux Malconsorts?

Vosne Romanee

272

Where is the 1er cru Les Fichots?

Pernand-Vergelesse

273

Where is the 1er cru Les Bressandes?

Beaune

274

Where is the 1er cru Clos des Ducs?

Volnay

275

Where is the 1er cru Clos de Ormes?

Morey st Denis

276

Where is the 1er crus Les Cras (2 villages)

Chambolle Musigny and Vougeot

277

Where is the 1er cru Sur la Velle?

Monthlie

278

Where are the 1er crus Les Petits Clos and Les Embazes?

Chassagne Montrachet

279

Where are the 1er crus Charmes and Perrieres?

Meursault

280

Where is the grand cru Blanchots?

Chablis

281

Where is the grand cru Clos de Lambrays?

Morey st Denis

282

What are the 2 grand crus in Vosne Romanee that are not monopoles?

Richebourg and Romanee st Vivant

283

Where is the grand cru Bienvenues Batard Montrachet?

Puligny

284

Where is the grand cru Criots Batard Montrachet?

Chassagne

285

Where are St Veran and Vire Clesse?

Maconnais

286

What is metayage?

Share cropping

287

What is fermage?

Leasing

288

Name 5 negociants

Lucien Le Moine, Maison Faiveley, Remoissenet, Louis jadot, Bouchard Pere at Fils

289

Which burgundian AOCs lie in the yonne department?

Chablis, Auxerre, irancy, St Bris

290

What is the traditional method of vine propogation? What does it do?

Selection massale. Creates diversity in the vineyard and complexity in the final wine.

291

When/where can gamay be used?

Beaujolais. Maconnais. Bourgogne Passetoutgrains. Bourgogne Mousseux.

292

What is another name for Pinot Gris?

Pinot Beurot

293

Name three grapes permitted for red blends.

Pinot Gris. Cesar (irancy). Tressot (yonne)

294

Name the other white grape allowed in Nuits st georges

Pinot Blanc

295

Name 3 villages in the Yonne allowed to add their name to Bourgogne AOP

Chitry, Vezelay, Epineuil

296

Name 4 lieux dits approved for Bourgogne AOP

La Chapelle Notre Dame, La Chapitre, Côte st Jacques, Montrecul

297

Specifications for grapes in Bourgogne Passetoutgrains

Minimum 30 percent Pinot Noir with a smaller amount of gamay

298

What was Bourgogne grand Ordinaire AOP renamed? When?

Coteaux Bourguignons. 2011

299

What village in the Côte d'Or allows red, white, and rosé wines?

Marsannay.

300

What is the smallest grand cru of burgundy?

La Romanee. Less than a ha.

301

What is the largest grand cru of burgundy?

Corton. 160 ha

302

4 Chablis AOPs

Petit Chablis, Chablis, Chablis Premier Cru, Chablis Grand Cru

303

Name the grand crus of Chablis.

Les Clos, Vaudesir, Valmur, Les Preuses, Blanchot, bougros, Grenouilles

304

What is the 8th unofficial grand cru of chablis?

La moutonne. It encompasses parts of Les Preuses, Vaudesir, and a monopole of Domaine along-Depaquit

305

What is the minimum potential ABV for petit Chablis? Chablis grand cru?

9.5%. 11%

306

Name the 2 soils of Chablis.

Kimmeridgian and Portlandian

307

What are the permitted grapes of Irancy AOP? What is the color of the wine?

Pinot Noir, Cesar, Pinot Gris. Red.

308

When was St Bris elevated from VDQS to AOP?

2003

309

What are the grapes of St Bris AOP?

Sauvignon Blanc and Sauvignon Gris

310

Flagey Echezeaux is released under what AOP?

Vosne Romanee

311

Premeaux is released under what AOP?

Nuits st Goerges

312

Who is the sole producer of musigny blanc?

Comte Georges de Vogüe

313

Largest grand cru of the cote de Nuit?

Clos de Vougeot

314

Unofficial climats of Clos de Vougeot

Maupertuis, Petit Maupertuis, Musigni

315

Which Villages share the grand cru of Corton?

Aloxe-Corton, Ladiox-Serrigny, Pernand Vergelesses

316

2 climats of Corton


Clos des Marechaudes, Les Paulands

317

Corton Charlemagne and Charlemagne AOPs are for what color wines?

white

318

When is the auction at the Hospice de Beaune

3rd Sunday of November

319

Santenots is considered a 1er cru of Volany if ___ and a 1er cru of Meursault if____

planted with pinot noir; planted with chardonnay

320

How are the wines of Blagny labeled if they are white? if they are red?

Meursault Blagny AOP; Blagny AOP

321

Smallest white grand cru of Burgundy

Criots Batard Montrachet

322

2 AOPs of the Cote de Beaune with no 1er crus

St. Romaine and Chorey-les-Beaune

323

What is the geography like in Cote Chalonnaise?

a series of undulating and scattered hillsides

324

Soil of Cote Chalonnaise?

Limestone

325

How is the climate of Cote Chalonnaise different the Cote d'Or?

slightly cooler and windier

326

What styles of wine can be produced in Cote Chalonnaise?

rose, white, red

327

How many communes are in Cote Chalonnaise?

44

328

Name the 5 main villages of Cote Chalonnaise that have their own AOPs

Bouzeron, Rully, Givry, Mercury, Montagny

329

What is the sole grape authorized for Bouzeron AOP?

Aligote

330

Bouzeron is the only AOP in Cote Chalonnaise that does not permit____

premier cru bottlings

331

Prior to 2004, Montagny wines could be labeled as premier cru if they___

exhibited a minimum 11.5% ABV

332

What are the reds and roses of Macon AOP based on?

Gamay

333

How many villages can use Macon Villages?

41

334

Name 3 villages from macon Villages

Lugny, Charnay-les Macon, Sologny

335

Name 5 villages entitles to AOP from Maconnais

Pouilly Fuisse, Pouilly loche, Pouilly Vinzelles, St Veran, Vire Clesse

336

Name the 4 communes of Pouilly Fuisse

Fuisse, Solture Pouilly, Vergisson, Chaintre

337

What department is Beaujolais in?

Rhone

338

Beaujolais AOP wines may be...

red, white or rose

339

Aligote may be used for Beaujolais AOP if

it was planted before 2005

340

Beaujolais Superieur

require higher must weights and 0.5 degrees of potential alcohol

341

How many communes qualify for Beaujolais Villages?

38

342

Soils of southern Beaujolais

clay based

343

Soils of Northern Beaujolais

granite hillsides

344

Name the 10 crus of Beaujolais north to south

St Amour, Julienas, Moulin a Vent, Chenas, Fleurie, Chirobles, Morgon, Regnie, Brouilly, Cote de Brouilly

345

Which of the Beaujolais crus produce the lightest style wines?

Chirobles

346

Which of the Beaujolais crus produce the richest style wines?

Moulin a Vent

347

When is Beaujolais noveau released?

3rd Thursday of November

348

Who is the largest producer in Beaujolais?

Georges Duboeuf

349

Reds and roses of Coeaux dy Lyonnais AOP are based on...

Gamay

350

White wines of Coteaux du Lyonnais AOP are based on...

Chardonnay, Aligote, Pinot Blanc

351

Who owns the Grand cru monopole of La Moutonne? Where is it located?

Albert Bichot(Domaine Long Depaquit); Chablis

352

Who owns the 1er cru monopole of Clos des Monts Luisants? Where is it located?

Domaine Ponsot; MSD

353

Who owns the grand cru monopole Clos des Ruchottes? Where is it located?

Domaine Armand Rousseau; Gevrey Chambertin

354

Who owns the grand cru monopole Clos de Tart? Where is it located?

Mommessin; MSD

355

Who owns the grand cru monopole Romanee Conti? Where is it located?

DRC; Vosne Romanee

356

Who owns the grand cru monopole La Tache? Where is it located?

DRC, Vosne Romanee

357

Who owns the grand cru monopole La Grand Rue? Where is it located?

Domaine Francios Lamarche; Vosne Romanee

358

Who owns the grand cru monopole Clos des Marechaudes? Where is it located?

Albert Bichot; Corton- Aloxe Corton

359

Who owns the grand cru monopole Clos des Cortons Faiveley? Where is it located?

Domaine Faiveley; Corton- Aloxe Corton

360

Who owns the 1er cru Clos Napoleon? Where is it located? What is its former name?

Pierre Gelin; Fixin; Aux Cheuzots

361

Who owns the 1er cru Clos de la Mousse? Where is it located?

Bouchard Pere; Beaune

362

Who owns the 1er cru Clos des Reas? Where is it located?

Michel Gros; Vosne Romanee

363

Who owns the 1er cru monopole Savigny Champ Chevrey? Where is it located?

Domaine Tollor Beaut; Savigny Les Beaune

364

Who owns the 1er cru monopole Clos de Ursule? Where is it located?

Louis Jadot; Beaune

365

Who owns the 1er cru monopole Clos des Epeneaux? Where is it located?

Comte Armand; Pommard

366

Who owns the 1er cru monopole Clos des Duc? Where is it located?

Marquis d'Angerville; Volnay

367

Who owns the 1er cru monopole Clos de la Bousse d'Or? Where is it located?

La Pousse d'Or; Volnay

368

Who owns the 1er cru monopole Clos des 60 Ouvrees? Where is it located?

La Pousse d'Or; Volnay

369

Who owns the 1er cru monopole Clos des Santenots? Where is it located?

Domaine Jaques Prieur; Volnay

370

Who owns the 1er cru monopole Clos de la Chapelle? Where is it located?

Domaine Clos de la Chapelle; Volnay

371

Who owns the 1er cru monopole Clos des Myglands? Where is it located?

Domaine Faiveley; Mercurey

372

What is the principal soil of Aloxe Corton?

reddish-brown clay-limestone with flint and chaillots (limestone debris)

373

What is the assemblage for blanc wines of Beaune?

Pinot Gris may not exceed 30% of the blend

374

What can appear on the label instead of Cote de Nuits Villages?

Vins fins de la Cote de Nuits

375

What is the principal soil of Fixin AOP?

Brown limestone

376

What is the primary soils of Gevrey Chabertin?

brown limestone and marl

377

What is the primary soil of Meursault?

Marl-limestone

378

In which climat of Morey St Denis is Aligote authorized?

Monts Luisants

379

What white grapes are allowed for Nuits St Georges AOP?

Chardonnay and Pinot Blanc

380

What is the primary soil of Vosne Romanee?

Limestone and clay marl

381

Name the best red Burgundy vintages of the 1980s

83,85,88,89

382

Name the best red Burgundy vintages of the 1990s

90,93,95,96,98,99

383

Name the best red Burgundy vintages of the 2000s

01,02,03,05,09

384

Name the best white Burgundy vintages of the 1980s

82,85,86,89

385

Name the best white Burgundy vintages of the 1990s

90,92,95,96,97,98,99

386

Name the best white Burgundy vintages of the 2000s

01,02,05,06,07

387

Name the worst red Burgundy vintages of the 1980s

80,81,84,87

388

Name the worst red Burgundy vintages of the 1990s

91,92,94

389

Name the worst red Burgundy vintages of the 2000s

04,06,07,08

390

Name the worst white Burgundy vintages of the 1980s

80,81,84,87

391

Name the worst white Burgundy vintages of the 1990s

91,93,94

392

Name the worst white Burgundy vintages of the 2000s

03,04,08