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1

The wine grape Cannanou is most common to which of the following regions?

Sardinia
Sicily
Chianti
Lombardi

Sardinia

2

Which of the following is not a soil type of Jerez?

Schist
Albariza
Barros
Arenas

Schist

3

"Green Spain" is...

a. In the NE and includes the Penedes
b. In the NW and includes Galicia
c. In the South and includes Jerez
d. In the center and includes Ribera del Duero

b. In the NW and includes Galicia

4

The grape Verdejo is most common to...

Rias Biaxas
Rioja
La Mancha
Rueda

Rueda

5

Xarel-Lo and Parellada grapes are commonly used to make some of the best?

Cava
Sherries
Ports
White wines of Rueda

Cava

6

Among the following, Barolo is best described as...

a. made from 100% Nebbiolo grapes and aged at least 5 years before released
b. can be made from 86% Nebbiolo grapes with the remainder being Bonarda and Vespolina and aged at least 3 years before release
c. made from 100% Nebbiolo grapes and aged for at least 3 years before release
d. can be made from 86% Nebbiolo grapes with the remainder being Bonarda and Vespolina and aged at least 5 years before release

c. made from 100% Nebbiolo grapes and aged for at least 3 years before release

7

Name the region and the corresponding wine/grape that is incorrectly paired?

a. Sanlucar de Barrameda; Manzanilla Sherry
b. Rueda; Verdejo
c. Franciacorta; Brachetto
d. Umbria; Sagrantino di Montefalco

c. Franciacorta; Brachetto

8

Which of the following is not a DOCG White Wine?

Recioto di Soave
Soave Superiore
Bardolino Superiore
Vermentino di Gallura

Bardolino Superiore

9

Which of the following is not a subzone of the Chianti DOCG?

Rufina
Colli Senesi
Montalbano
Chianti Classico

Chianti Classico

10

Which of the following is not used for Madeira?

Tinta Negra Mole
Sercial
Boal
Catarratto

Catarratto

11

Which of the following is true?

a. Cava must be aged sur-lie for min of 11 months
b. Sekt must made in the Traditional method
c. Still wine is not made in Champagne
d. Cava Gran Reserva must be aged 30 months sur-lie

d. Cava Gran Reserva must be aged 30 months sur-lie

12

The Baga grape is most common to which of the following?

a. Bairrada region of Portugal
b. Toro region of Spain
c. Umbria region of Italy
d. Priorato region of Spain

a. Bairrada region of Portugal

13

Which is the correct order from smallest to largest?

a. Einzellage, Grosslage, Anbaugebiete, Bereich,
b. Bereich, Einzellage, Grosslage, Anbaugebiete
c. Einzellage, Grosslage, Bereich, Anbaugebiete
d. Einzellage, Bereich, Grosslage Anbaugebiete

c. Einzellage, Grosslage, Bereich, Anbaugebiete

14

Of the following which is Germany's largest producer of red wine?

Ahr
Mosel
Württemberg
Sachsen

Württemberg

15

The majority of Germany's wines are classified as?

QmP
QbA
Tafel Wein
Land Wein (Geschützte Geograhische Angabe)

QbA

16

The majority of Sekt is produced by using which of the following methods?

Charmat
Methode Traditional
Transfer
Injection

Charmat

17

Which of the following is not a red wine grape?

Spatburgunder
Blauburgunder
Morrilion
Lemburger

Morrilion

18

Of the following, which is considered the most powerful wine?

Steinfeder
Federspeil
Smagard
Vinho Verde

Smagard

19

Which of the following is not a Table Wine?

OPE
EO
OKP
TO

OPE

20

The primary grape for Tokay is...

Kékfrankos
Zweigelt
Furmint
Muscat

Furmint

21

A grosslage is commonly named after a(n)...

Winery
Ausbruch
Vineyard
Village

Village

22

Rockpile AVA is in which appellation?

Sonoma
Napa
Mendocino
Lake County

Sonoma

23

South Africa's Appellation System is known as...

GI
WO
CO
DAC

WO

24

Which of the following is not located in Australia?

Hawkes Bay
Clare Valley
Yarra Valley
Coonawarra

Hawkes Bay

25

La Rioja and Salta regions is in which of the following countries?

Chile
Argentina
Spain
Portugal

Argentina

26

Which of the following is not in New Zealand?

Central Otago
Bay of Plenty
Canterbury
Little Karoo

Little Karoo

27

What are the Fermentation Temps for a White Wine?

85-95 F
70-80 F
65-75 F
50-60 F

50-60 F

28

Which of the following is a Federal State of Austria?
A. Baden
B. Styria
C. Franken
D. Saale-Unstrut

B. Styria

29

Which of the following would not be a part of the Austrian Prädikatswein level?
A. Ausbruch
B. Strohwein
C. Kabinett
D. Spatlese

C. Kabinett

30

For the highest quality wines, an Austrian grape growing region may be classified as:
A. AOC
B. DOC
C. DAC
D. DEC

C. DAC

31

Majority of Austria’s wine regions are located in the:
A. East side of the country
B. South end of the country
C. West side of the country
D. Southwest part of the country

A. East side of the country

32

As Oechsle scale is used in Germany, ______ is used in Austria.
A. Ausbruch
B. Baume
C. KMW
D. Brix

C. KMW

33

Which of the following is a white grape?
a. Blaufrankisch
b. Kadarka
c. Furmint
d. Zweigelt

C. Furmint

34

More than one third of Austria’s total wine grape acreage is planted to:
A. St. Laurent
B. Grauburgunder
C. Müller-Thurgau
D. Grüner Veltliner

D. Grüner Veltliner

35

Which of the following Tokaji wines would be the lowest in alcohol?
A. Tokaji 3 puttonyos
B. Tokaji 4 puttonyos
C. Tokaji 5 puttonyos
D. Tokaji Essencia

D. Tokaji Essencia

36

Müller-Thurgau is a:
A. Cross
B. Hybrid
C. High in acid
D. B and C

A. Cross

37

Which of the following regions is most known for botrytis affected sweet wines?
A. Wachau
B. Kremstal
C. Traisental
D. Neusiedlersee

D. Neusiedlersee

38

Which of the following regions is in the Southern Rhone?

Cote Rotie
Condrieu
Gigondas
St. Joseph

Gigondas

39

Red Grapes of Bordeaux include Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec, Cabernet Franc and…
Petit Syrah
Pinot Noir
Petit Verdot
Pinot Meunier

Petit Verdot

40

White Grapes of Bordeaux include Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and…

Muscat
Muscadelle
Marsanne
Muscadet

Muscadelle

41

Which of the following would you least likely find Cabernet Franc?

Chinon
St. Emillon
Rhone Valley
Medoc

Rhone Valley

42

Which of the following is a Sauvignon Blanc from the Loire Valley?

Quarts de Chaume
Muscadet
Cote de Bourg
Quincy

Quincy

43

Which of the following is not a Cru Beaujolais?

Regnie
Le Clos
Moulin a Vent
Morgon

Le Clos

44

Which of the following is a river in Bordeaux?

Cher
Loire
Garrone
Seine

Garrone

45

Which of the following is a Premier Cru (First Growth)?

Ch Lynch Bages
Ch Leoville-Barton
Ch Haut-Brion
Ch Montrose

Ch Haut-Brion

46

Where is Mercurey?

Southern Rhone
Loire
Cote Chalonnaise
Maconnaise

Cote Chalonnaise

47

Which of the following is not a sweet wine?

Cote du Layon
Cadillac
Condrieu
Barsac

Condrieu

48

Where would you most likely find a "mousseux" wine?

Sancerre
Quincy
Saumur
Nantes

Saumur

49

Which of the following is the sweetest?

Extra Dry
Extra Brut
Sec
Sans Dosage

Sec

50

Which of the following would be 100% Syrah?

Condrieu
Tavel
Cornas
Lirac

Cornas

51

Which of the following regions is in Champagne?

Le Clos
St. Amor
Cote des Blancs
St. Veran

Cote des Blancs

52

The Palomino grape has an affinity for what soil type?

a. Barro
b. Arena
c. Minho
d. Albarizo

d. Albarizo

53

Spain is known for 3 classic wines in particular, what are they?

a. Rioja, Sherry, and Cava
b. Sherry, Porto and Rioja
c. Restina, Cava and Rioja
d. Madeira, Port and Tempranillo

a. Rioja, Sherry, and Cava

54

In Spain which grape is authorized to be used in Traditional Sparkling Rose only?

a. Xarel lo
b. Macabeo
c. Parellada
d. Monastrell

d. Monastrell

55

What is from sweetest to driest?

a. Malmsey, Boal, Verdelho
b. Boal, Malmsey, Sercial
c. Sercial, Boal, Verdelho
d. Verdelho, Sercial, Boal

a. Malmsey, Boal, Verdelho

56

What grape is least likely to be used to make wines in the Deuro Valley?

a. Tempranillo
b. Touriga Franca
c. Limnio
d. Touriga Nacional

c. Limnio

57

Where in the Eastern Mediterranean would you most likely find over half the vineyards planted to Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Carignan ?

a. Cyprus
b. Turkey
c. Lebanon
d. Israel

d. Israel

58

This region’s focus is on white wine and began modernizing Spanish wines in the 1970’s?

a. Ribera del Duero
b. Penendes
c. Somotano
d. Navarra

b. Penendes

59

Aromas of chalk, spice, strawberries and oak would best describe which of the following?

a. Viura
b. Gouveio
c. Assyrtiko
d. Tempranillo

d. Tempranillo

60

What method produces the most complex flavors and aromas in high quality Madeira?

a. Canteiro
b. Estufa
c. Traditional Late Bottle Vintage
d. Artisan

a. Canteiro

61

Which of the following is a true statement?

a. Vinos de la Tierra is in the Quality Wine Category
b. Quality wine makes up 80 percent of Spains total wine production.
c. Vino de Pago is a sub category of Quality Wine in Spain
d. Denominaciones de Origen (DO) is the highest subcategory in quality wines.

c. Vino de Pago is a sub category of Quality Wine in Spain

62

1. Which is correct regarding the quality levels for German wine in order from lowest to highest?

A. Wein, QbA, ggA, Pradikatswein
B. Wein, ggA, QbA, Pradikatswein,
C. Kabinett, Auslese, ggA, QbA
D. Pradikatswein, ggA, gU, QbA,

B. Wein, ggA, QbA, Pradikatswein

63

Which of the following is not a German wine region?

A. Baden
B. Saale-Unstrut
C. Franken
D. Burgenland

D. Burgenland

64

Among the following German Prädikats indicate the highest level of ripeness at harvest?

A. Spätlese
B. Kabinett
C. Auslese
D. Beerenauslese

D. Beerenauslese

65

Majority of Germany’s wine regions are located in the:

A. North central part of the country
B. South central part of the country
C. Northwest part of the country
D. Southwest part of the country

D. Southwest part of the country

66

Gutsabfüllung on a German wine label would mean?

A. The wine is Estate Bottled
B. The wine is always sweet
C. The wine can only come from a einzellage
D. The is always dry

A. The wine is Estate Bottled

67

Which of the following is a red grape(s)?

A. Dornfelder
B. Spatbugunder
C. Weissburgunder
D. a and b

D. a and b

68

On the German wine label, what is “Trockenbeerenauslese”?

A. A dry wine made from Beerenauslese grapes
B. Select, dried, overripe berries, often shriveled by Edelfaule
C. A wine made from frozen grapes affected by noble rot
D. A dry wine made from juice of Auslese ripeness

B. Select, dried, overripe berries, often shriveled by Edelfaule

69

Which is the highest in the VDP classification system?

A. Gutswein
B. Grosse Lage
C. Ortswein
D. Erste Lage

B. Grosse Lage

70

Red wine accounts for a majority of this region’s production?

A. Ahr
B. Sachsen
C. Mosel
D. Rheingau

A. Ahr

71

Which of the following is a true statement?

A. Sussreserve is unfermented grape juice
B. Pradikatswein may be chaptalized
C. Deutscher Wine is 95 percent German in origin
D. Einzellagen is the largest geographic indication

A. Sussreserve is unfermented grape juice

72

Which of the following is not true for “Estate Bottled” on the label?

A. Grapes must come from one or more vineyards owned or leased by the winery
B. Vineyard(s) must come from a single AVA
C. Winery must be within one AVA
D. Wine cannot be made by a consultant

D. Wine cannot be made by a consultant

73

Canada’s Appellation System would be best described as:

A. Voluntary Appellation System
B. Only for Non Hybrid grape varieties
C. Only for Sweet wines
D. Similar to the United States

A. Voluntary Appellation System

74

Which of the following is most accurate about the sulfite statement on wine labels in the United States?

A. It is required on all wines.
B. It is required on all wines except organic and kosher wines.
C. It is required on all wines if the sulfite level exceeds 10 ppm.
D. It is required only if the wine is to be exported.

C. It is required on all wines if the sulfite level exceeds 10 ppm.

75

Which of the following AVAs is not known for sparkling wine production?

A. Anderson Valley
B. Los Carneros
C. Russian River Valley
D. Alexander Valley

D. Alexander Valley

76

If California is listed on the label, what is the minimum percentage of wine that must come from California in the bottle?

A. 75%
B. 85%
C. 95%
D. 100%

D. 100%

77

Which of the following represents a correct pairing of an AVA with the state in which it is located?

A. El Dorado: Oregon
B. Finger Lakes: New York
C. Willamette River: Washington
D. Rogue Valley: California

B. Finger Lakes

78

The Lodi AVA is located in:

A. Columbia Valley
B. Northern part of Central Valley
C. Southern part of Central Coast
D. Sierra Foothills

B. Northern part of Central Valley

79

The majority of Oregon’s vineyards are located in:

A. Columbia Valley
B. Willamette Valley
C. Columbia Gorge
D. Walla Walla Valley

B. Willamette Valley

80

Which of the following AVA’s is home to the oldest continuously operating winery in North America?

A. El Dorado
B. Red Mountain
C. Long Island
D. Hudson River Region

D. Hudson River Region

81

Which of the following AVAs is located in Santa Barbara?

A. Santa Maria Valley
B. Paso Robles
C. Edna Valley
D. Monterey

A. Santa Maria Valley

82

Used to make Coteaux-du-Layon:

a. Grolleau
b. Sauvignon Blanc
c. Chenin Blanc
d. Romorantin

c. Chenin Blanc

83

Primary grape to make wine in the Chinon region:

a. Malbec
b. Chenin Blanc
c. Cabernet Franc
d. Cabernet Sauvignon

c. Cabernet Franc

84

Which of the following appellations is in the Southern Rhône?

a. Côte Rôtie
b. Condrieu
c. Lirac
d. St.-Joseph

c. Lirac

85

The Côte des Blancs is in which region?

a. Burgundy
b. Champagne
c. Chablis
d. Nantes

b. Champagne

86

Reuilly is a wine producing area of:

a. Loire
b. Rhone Valley
c. Cote Chalonnais
d. Médoc

a. Loire

87

Which of the following grapes are you not likely to see in a Chateaueuf-du-Pape?

a. Grenache Blanc
b. Cinsaut
c. Petit Verdot
d. Clairette

c. Petit Verdot

88

Which of the following is a cru Beaujolais?

a. St-Amor
b. Givry
c. Le Clos
d. St-Aubin

a. St-Amor

89

Which of the following is blended wine made in Alsace?

a. Edelzwicker
b. Sélection de grains nobles
c. Vendange tardive
d. Ausbruch

a. Edelzwicker

90

Which of the following is not a wine style produced in Alsace?

a. Vin doux Naturel
b. Crémant
c. Grand Cru
d. Edelzwicker

a. Vin doux Naturel

91

Which of the following is a village of Burgundy?

a. Cote de Blaye
b. Savenniéres
c. Pouilly Fumé
d. Meursault

d. Meursault

92

Which of the following is most common to the Beaujolais region?

a. Limestone soils
b. Pinot noir
c. Chardonnay
d. Carbonic Maceration

d. Carbonic Maceration

93

Which of the following appellations is in the Northern Rhône?

a. Côte Rôtie
b. Cotes du Ventoux
c. Lirac
d. Gigondas

a. Côte Rôtie

94

Of the following, which is the most southern wine region?

a. Hermitage
b. Bandol
c. Saumur
d. Montagne de Reims

b. Bandol

95

Which appellation produces only Rosé wine?

a. Tavel
b. Lirac
c. Rasteau
d. Chinon

a. Tavel

96

Which of the following does not pertain to a sparkling wine?

a. Crémant
b. Mousseux
c. Vin de liqueur
d. Fines Bulles

c. Vin de liqueur

97

Which of the following grapes is not found in the Northern Rhone?

a. Grenache
b. Syrah
c. Roussanne
d. Marsanne

a. Grenache

98

Which of the following is not commonly planted in Burgundy?

a. Aligoté
b. Gamay
c. Melon de Bourgogne
d. Chardonnay

c. Melon de Bourgogne

99

Which region of Italy produces Lambrusco?

a. Puglia
b. Sicily
c. Emilia-Romagna
d. Marches

c. Emilia-Romagna

100

Which of the following is from Umbria?

a. Orvieto
b. Morellino di Scansano
c. Vernaccia di San Gimignano
d. Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi

a. Orvieto

101

Which of the following is not a common grape for Marsala?

a. Garganega
b. Cattaratto
c. Grillo
d. Inzolia

a. Garganega

102

Which of the following regions are in order from north to south?

a. Friuli–Venezia Giulia, Piedmont, Liguria, Lombardy
b. Trentino–Alto Adige, Tuscany, Piedmont, Sardinia,
c. Marches, Umbria, Basilicata, Campania
d. Valle d’Aosta, Piedmont, Latium, Basilicata

d. Valle d’Aosta, Piedmont, Latium, Basilicata

103

Which of the following is not a sub region of the Chianti DOCG?

a. Chianti Classico
b. Colli Senesi
c. Montespertoli
d. Montalbano

a. Chianti Classico

104

Which of the following grapes is not commonly found in Sardina?

a. Grenache
b. Cannanou
c. Vermentino
d. Gamay

d. Gamay

105

Which of the following is not a DOCG wine of the Piedmont?

a. Barbaresco
b. Franciacorta
c. Barolo
d. Gattinara

b. Franciacorta

106

Which region is most closely associated with the red grapes Corvino, Rondinella, and Molinara?

a. Veneto
b. Piedmont
c. Tuscany
d. Sardinia

a. Veneto

107

Vergine Stravecchio Riserva is the highly esteemed version of?

a. Vinsanto
b. Recioto
c. Fraciacorta
d. Marsala

d. Marsala

108

The Taurasi DOCG is made mainly from the following:

a. Trebbiano
b. Nebbiolo
c. Spanna
d. Aglianico

d. Aglianico

109

Which region is noted for wine made by the appassimento process?

a. Tuscany
b. Piedmont
c. Veneto
d. Lombardy

c. Veneto

110

What is another name for Grenache?

a. Montepulciano
b. Anglianico
c. Primitivo
d. Cannonau

d. Cannonau

111

Sangiovese is the signature grape variety most identified with this region:

a. Tuscany
b. Veneto
c. Latium
d. Sardinia

a. Tuscany

112

Of the following statements which one is true?

a. Vini Varietali is highest on the quality tier
b. All Super Tuscans are DOCG’s
c. DOCG’s bear a numbered government seal over the cork
d. IGT’s cannot name a grape variety on the label

c. DOCG’s bear a numbered government seal over the cork

113

Which of the following is a false statement?

a. There is one alcoholic fermentation and one malolactic fermentation in the traditional method of sparkling wine production.
b. The harvest requirements for sparkling wine are low sugars and high acids
c. In Charmat, the second alcoholic fermentation takes place in a pressurized tank.
d. “Rural” is an ancient method of sparkling wine production

a. There is one alcoholic fermentation and one malolactic fermentation in the traditional method of sparkling wine production.

114

Which statement is true regarding Malolactic fermentation?

A. Lactic bacteria metabolizes malic acid and tartaric acid
B. Is really a conversion not a true fermentation
C. Is commonly used to adjust alcohol levels in the finished wine
D. Is more commonly used in white wine production

B. Is really a conversion not a true fermentation

115

From driest to sweetest, which of the following is correct?
A. Sans Dosage, Sec, Brut
B. Brut Nature, Demi-Sec, Sec
C. Sans Dosage, Extra Brut, Extra Dry
D. Doux, Sec, Sans Dosage

c. Sans Dosage, Extra Brut, Extra Dry

116

Which of the following is a method for clarifying wine?
A. Cold Soak
B. Bâtonnage
C. Sous Tiráge
D. Centrifuge

D. Centrifuge

117

Which of the following grapes are used for making dry Madeira?
A. Pedro Ximenez
B. Palomino
C. Sercial
D. Airen

C. Sercial

118

Solera aging is required in which of the following?
A. Sherry
B. Vin Doux Naturel
C. Port
D. All of the above

A. Sherry

119

Spatburgunder and Pinot Nero are synonyms for:
a. Malbec
b. Pinot Blanc
c. Pinot Gris
d. Pinot Noir

d. Pinot Noir

120

Which of the following is a fungal disease of the grapevine?
a. Pierce’s disease
b. Peronospora
c. Odium
d. b and c

d. b and c

121

What are the two fermentable sugars found in grapes?
a. Sucrose & Fructose
b. Lactose & Fructose
c. Glucose & Sucrose
d. Fructose & Glucose

d. Fructose & Glucose

122

Vinifera and Labrusca are grape:
a) Clones
b) Species
c) Varieties
d) Hybrids

b) Species

123

The proper serving temperature for a light-bodied red wine is:
a. 45 to 50 degrees F
b. 50 to 55 degrees F
c. 59 to 64 degrees F
d. 54 to 61 degrees F

b. 50 to 55 degrees F

124

Aromas of strawberry, sour cherry, flowers, black pepper, with low to medium tannins and acidity, this best describes:
a. Nebbiolo
b. Sangiovese
c. Grenache
d. Cabernet Sauvignon

c. Grenache

125

When color develops in the grapes the physiological event is called:
a. Veraison
b. Translocation
c. Respiration
d. Photosynthesis

a. Veraison

126

Which is most likely to be the driest wine among the following?

a. Sauternes
b. Condrieu
c. Vouvray
d. Coteaux-du-Layon

b. Condrieu

127

In which of the following wines would you least likely expect to find Cabernet Franc?

a. Saint Emilion
b. Fronsac
c. Margaux
d. St. Joseph

d. St. Joseph

128

In which of the following wines would you least likely expect to find Sauvignon Blanc?

a. Reuilly
b. Sancerre
c. Pouilly Fuissé
d. Graves

c. Pouilly Fuissé

129

Which of the following is a leading red grape of Piedmont?

a. Spanna
b. Cortese
c. Arneis
d. Vernaccia

a. Spanna

130

In which of the following wines would you least likely expect to find Sangiovese?

a. Chianti
b. Vino Nobile di Montepuliciano
c. Rufina
d. Valpolicella

d. Valpolicella

131

Which of the following regions is known for sparkling wine?

a. Gattinara
b. Franciacorta
c. Ghemme
d. Roero

b. Franciacorta

132

What often acts as a moderating influence on weather, reducing summer heat by a few degrees and warding off the worst winter cold?

a. Apennines
b. Mediterranean Sea
c. Alps
d. Kimmeridgian Soil

b. Mediterranean Sea

133

Which DOCG's are produced from 100% Nebbiolo?

a. Gavi and Acqui
b. Bardolino Superiore and Bardolino
c. Langhe and Piemonte
d. Barolo and Barbaresco

d. Barolo and Barbaresco

134

Which of the following would most likely be described as a light color, high acid red wine, with a characteristic sour cherry and orange peel flavor profile?

a. Nebbiolo
b. Sangiovese
c. Garganega
d. Primitivo

b. Sangiovese

135

Which of the following is a true statement?

A. Cold Soak occurs after fermentation in the presence of alcohol and water
B. Cold Soak occurs before fermentation in the presence of mostly water
C. Cold Soak is mostly used for white wine production
D. Délestage is the French term for Cold Soak

B. Cold Soak occurs before fermentation in the presence of mostly water

136

Regarding fermentation temperatures, which of the following is correct?

A. 50 to 60F for most white wines and 85 to 95F for full structured Cabernet Sauvignon.
B. 50 to 60F for most white wines and 85 to 90F for light and fragrant Pinot Noir
C. 50 to 60F for most white wines and 60 to 70F for full structured Cabernet Sauvignon
D. 40 to 50F for most white wines and 70 to 80F for full structured Cabernet Sauvignon.

A. 50 to 60F for most white wines and 85 to 95F for full structured Cabernet Sauvignon.

137

Of the following, a dessert-style wine is most likely to be made from:

A. Chardonnay
B. Pinot gris
C. Semillon
D. Torrontes

A. Chardonnay

138

Which of the following would be a white, sweet style fortified wine?

A. Mavrodaphne
B. Commandaria
C. Setúbal
D. Banyuls

D. Banyuls

139

What is the dominate acid in finished wine?
a. Tartaric
b. Citric
c. Malic
d. Succinic

d. Succinic

140

A grape vine in Champagne would likely have a higher level of respiration than grape vine in:

a. Amador County
b. Jerez
c. Mendoza
d. None of the above

d. None of the above

141

A wine with dark flavones would most likely be a(n):

a. young unoaked Chardonnay
b. older oaked Chardonnay
c. young Cabernet Sauvignon
d. young Champagne.

b. older oaked Chardonnay