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1

Which of the following is not a synonym for Tempranillo?

A. Cencibel
B. Macabeo
C. Tinta del País
D. Tinta Roriz

B. Macabeo

2

Central Greece is the primary source of ...

A. Sparkling wines
B. Full-bodied red wines
C. Retsina
D. Full-bodied, dry white wines

C. Retsina

3

A wine made from Corvina, Molinara, and Rondinella might be labeled any of the following, except ...

A. Amarone della Valpolicella
B. Bardolino
C. Rosso Conero
D. Valpolicella

C. Rosso Conero

4

The area responsible for nearly a third of Australia's wine production is ...

A. New South Wales
B. Western Australia
C. Tasmania
D. Riverina

D. Riverina

5

Which of the following AVA's are located in Sonoma County?

A. Russian River and Mendocino Ridge
B. Rockpile and Alexander Valley
C. Russian River and Anderson Valley
D. Knights Valley and Anderson Valley

B. Rockpile and Alexander Valley

6

Chaptalization is ...

A. The addition of sugar
B. The addition of alcohol
C. The addition of Malic acid
D. The addition of lactic acid

A. The addition of sugar

7

Which of the following wines is based on Trebbiano and Malvasia?

A. Orvieto of Umbria
B. Orvieto of Tuscany
C. Frascati of Tuscany
D. Castelli Romani white of Umbria

A. Orvieto of Umbria

8

Where is Nelson located?

A. North Island, New Zealand
B. Stellenbosch, South Africa
C. South Island, New Zealand
D. South Australia

C. South Island, New Zealand

9

Which of the following wine regions are located in the state of South Australia?

A. Barossa Valley, Coonawarra, and Padthaway
B. Cowra, Hunter Valley, and Mudgee
C. Frankland River, Margaret River, and Swan District
D. Geelong, Goulburn Valley, and Yarra Valley

A. Barossa Valley, Coonawarra, and Padthaway

10

Excessive foliage increases ...

A. Cluster Primordial
B. Photosynthesis
C. Humidity
D. Aeration

C. Humidity

11

In Germany, what is the primary difference between the new Classic and Selection designations?

A. Classic represents individual vineyard sites
B. Selection will represent individual vineyard sites
C. Classic wines are always sweet
D. None of the above

B. Selection will represent individual vineyard sites

12

The South African Wine of Origin Law requires which percentage of wine from a named place?

A. 50%
B. 51%
C. 85%
D. 100%

D. 100%

13

Wine displaying a Cava DO is produced ...

A. In 160 municipalities
B. In the Catalonia region exclusively
C. In both Charmat and Traditional Method
D. In the sweeter "Non Brut" styles most often

A. In 160 municipalities

14

Greek wine owes much of its resurgence to ...

A. Government planning
B. Tourism
C. Increase in world wide wine consumption
D. Increase in European wine consumption

B. Tourism

15

Which of the following is made primarily from Sangiovese or one of its clones?

A. Brunello di Montalcino
B. Barbera d'Asti
C. Montepulciano d'Abruzzo
D. Gattinara

A. Brunello di Montalcino

16

Compared to grapes intended for still wines, grapes for sparkling wine production are usually ..

A. Higher in acidity
B. Higher in phenolics
C. Higher in sugar levels at harvest
D. More likely to be machine harvested

A. Higher in acidity

17

A solera is a means of storing and aging wine in ...

A. Madeira
B. Oporto
C. Rioja
D. Jerez

D. Jerez

18

The most widely planted white grape in Argentina is ...

A. Pedro Giménez
B. Chardonnay
C. Torrontés
D. Chenin Blanc (Pinot de Loire)

A. Pedro Giménez

19

The Austrian term used to indicate a wine made from a number of grape varieties is ...

A. Edelzwicker
B. Heuriqe
C. Ausbruch
D. Gemischter Satz

D. Gemischter Satz

20

What three acids are found in the grape?

A. Tartaric, Citric, Succinic
B. Lactic, Malic, Acetic
C. Citric, Malic, Tartaric
D. Acetic, Succinic, Lactic

C. Citric, Malic, Tartaric