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1

What are the two red grapes of the Yonne? Which is being phased out?

Pinot Noir, Cesar and Tressot

Tressot is permitted but may not be replanted.

2

What communes may append their names to Bourgogne AOP? Where are they?

Chitry, Coulanges-le-Vineuse, Epineuil, Tonnerre, Vezelay.
All are in the Yonne

3

What are the four AOPs of Chablis?

Petit Chablis, Chablis, Chablis 1er Cru, Chablis Grand Cru

4

What is the minimum potential alcohol for the four AOPs of Chablis?

Petit Chablis: 9.5%
Chablis: 10%
Chablis 1er Cru: 10.5%
Chablis Grand Cru: 11%

5

What are the three permitted training methods of Chablis?

Guyot (simple or double), Cordon de Royat, Taille Chablis

6

What are the Grand Crus of Chablis from Northwest to Southeast?

Bougros

Preuses
Vaudesir
Grenouilles
Valmur
Les Clos
Blanchot

7

What is the largest Grand Cru in Chablis?

Les Clos (25.87ha)

8

What is the smallest Grand Cru in Chablis?

Grenouilles (9.38ha)

9

Name three producers in Blanchot

Patrick Piuze

Francois Raveneau
Billaud-Simon

10

Name three producers in Bougros

William Fevre
Patrick Piuze

François Servin
Thierry Mothe
Guy Robin

11

Name three producers in Grenouilles

William Fèvre

La Chablisienne

Philippe Testut
Benoit Droin
Louis Michel

12

Name three producers in Les Clos

Christian Moreau
Vincent Dauvissat
Patrick Piuze
Francois Raveneau
Billaud-Simon
William Fèvre

13

Name three producers in Les Preuses

Vincent Dauvissat
Billaud-Simon
Patrick Piuze
William Fèvre

14

Name three producers in Valmur

Christian Moreau
Francois Raveneau
William Fèvre

15

Name three producers in Vaudesir

Christian Moreau
William Fèvre
Billaud-Simon

16

Name five major premier crus on the right (north) bank of the Serein

Berdiot

Cote de Vaubarousse
FOURCHAUME
Les Fourneaux
MONT DE MILIEU
MONTEE DE TONNERRE
Vaucopain

17

What are the lieux-dits of Fourchaume?

Cote de Fontenay

L'Homme Mort
Vaulorent
Vaupulent

18

What are the lieux-dits of Les Fourneaux?

Morein

Cote de Pres Girots

19

What are the lieux-dits of Montee de Tonnerre?

Chapelot

Cote de Brechain
Pied d'Aloup

20

Name five major premier crus on the left (south) bank of the Serein

Beauroy

Chaume de Talvat
Cote de Lechet
Cote de Jouan
Les Beauregards
MONTMAINS
Vau de Vey
VAILLONS
Vosgros
Vau Ligneau

21

What are the lieux-dits of Beauroy?

Cote de Savant

Troesmes

22

What are the lieux-dits of Montmains?

Forets

Butteaux

23

What is the lieu-dit in Les Beauregards?

Cote de Cuisy

24

What is the lieu-dit within Vau de Vey?

Vaux Ragons

25

What are the lieux-dits of Vaillons?

Beugnons

Chatains
Secher
Les Lys
Melinots
Roncieres
Les Epinottes

26

What is the lieu-dit within Vosgros?

Vaugiraut

27

What is the prime soil type of Chablis?

Kimmeridgean limestone

28

What is the lesser soil type of Chablis?

Portlandian limestone

29

What is La Moutonne?

The unofficial 8th Grand Cru of Chablis, located between Les Preuses and Vaudesir, and a monopole of Long-Depaquit

30

What are the styles and varietals of Irancy AOP?

Rouge only: Pinot Noir plus <10% Pinot Gris/Cesar

31

What are the styles and varietals of Saint-Bris AOP?

Blanc only: Sauvignon Blanc and Gris

32

What is a feuillette?

The traditional 132L barrel of Chablis.

33

What is Beaunois?

A traditional name for Chardonnay - “from Beaune” - used in the Yonne

34

Where is Sacy allowed in Burgundy?

Crémant de Bourgogne

35

What % of Chablis is machine-harvested?

95.00%

36

When was the Chablis 1er Cru legislation introduced?

1967

37

When were the boundaries of Chablis expanded?

1956 and 1978

38

Where is Clos des Bougerots?

Bougros, farmed by William Fèvre

39

Where is Clos des Hospices?

Les Clos, shared by Christian and Louis Moreau

40

Do Chablis negociants generally buy grapes or must?

Must