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1

How many châteaux are in Premier Grand Cru Classé A?
a) 2
b) 8
c) 3

a) 2

2

Which region is not located on the left bank in Bordeaux?
a) Pessac- Léognan
b) Bourg
c) Haut-Medoc

b) Bourg

3

What is the typical ageing time in oak for a top red Bordeaux?
a) 15 – 18 months
b) 8 – 12 months
c) 24 – 36 months

a) 15 – 18 months

4

Which château was not included into the first ranking for the original 1855 classification?
a) Château Haut-Brion
b) Château Mouton-Rothschild
c) Château Latour

b) Château Mouton-Rothschild

5

What does Petit Verdot add to a blend?
a) tannin with exotic spicy notes
b) tannin with blackcurrant fruit
c) softness and richness

a) tannin with exotic spicy notes

6

What type of climate does Bordeaux have?
a) warm continental
b) moderate maritime
c) moderate Mediterranean

b) moderate maritime

7

What area of Bordeaux does the classification of Cru Bourgeois apply to?
a) Médoc
b) Saint-Emilion
c) Pomerol

a) Médoc

8

Which area does not belong in the 1855 Classification?
a) Médoc
b) Sauternes
c) Pomerol

c) Pomerol

9

Where are the vineyards for Pétrus and Le Pin located?
a) Pomerol
b) Saint-Emilion
c) Saint-Julien

a) Pomerol

10

What is the dominant grape in a Entre-Deux-Mers?
a) Merlot
b) Sauvignon Blanc
c) Semillon

b) Sauvignon Blanc

11

What type of soil does Cabernet Sauvignon do best on in Bordeaux?
a) clay
b) gravel
c) sand

b) gravel

12

Where is Château d’Yquem located?
a) Haut-Medoc
b) Blaye
c) Sauternes

c) Sauternes

13

Which is the dominant grape in Sauternes?
a) Semillon
b) Sauvignon Blanc
c) Muscadelle

a) Semillon

14

What style of wine is Barsac most similar to?
a) easy drinking Merlot based reds from the right bank
b) Sauternes
c) Quality whites from Pessac-Leognan

b) Sauternes

15

Where is Château Haut-Brion located?
a) Haut-Medoc
b) Graves
c) Pomerol

b) Graves

16

The châteaux from the Médoc that were included in the 1855 Classification are known as?

Crus Classés

17

The châteaux from the Médoc that were NOT included in the 1855 Classification are known as?

Cru Bourgeois

18

After the collapse of the Cru Bourgeois classification it is back as?

Labelling term

19

The soils in the SOUTH of Graves and Entre de Mers is mostly?

Sandy

20

Which District AC's are associated with "Cotes de Bordeaux"

Blaye.
Cadilac.
Castillion.
Francs

21

Why can Cabernet Sauvignon successfully ripen in the Medoc / Graves area of Bordeaux?

Because of the high stone gravel content of the soil reflecting heat back.

22

Name the 2 areas where Cabernet Sauvignon can successfully ripen?

Medoc.
Graves

23

What percentage of Cabernet Sauvignon typically make up in the Medoc / Graves regions?

75%

24

What region is Cabernet Franc more dominant in?

St. Emilion

25

What is the most widely planted grape in Bordeaux?

Merlot

26

Which grape is better suited to produce a more appealing inexpensive wine?

Merlot

27

Which is the most widely planted white grape in Bordeaux?

Semillon

28

Single varietal, dry white wine is most likely made from?

Sauvignon Blanc

29

Which grape has a supporting role of pronounced grapey / floral flavour in sweet and dry wine production?

Muscadelle

30

The majority of wine makers in Bordeaux de-stem. T/F?

True