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Flashcards in South West and Southern France Deck (12)
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1
Q

The regions east of bordeaux referred to as “bordeaux copies” surround which river?

A

The Dordogne

2
Q

Which large appellation east of Bordeaux makes white and red wines from the same grapes and contains several sub appellations?

A

Bergerac

3
Q

Which sub-appellation of Bergerac is most known for Botrytised sweet wines?

A

Monbazillac

4
Q

Which appellation in Bergerac is known for making the best dry whites?

A

Montravel

5
Q

What kind of wines are made in Buzet AC?

A

Primarily red, some rose and white

6
Q

Where would you find Cahors in relation to Bordeaux?

A

East on the Lot river

7
Q

What is the main grape used in Cahors?

A

Malbec

8
Q

Which IGP region in the South West roughly overlaps with Armagnac?

A

Cotes de Gascogne

9
Q

What is the dominant grape in Madiran?

A

Tannat

10
Q

Which mountains are located near Madiran?

A

The Pyrenees

11
Q

Which appellation in the South West makes sweet and dry white wines int he foothills of the Pyrenees?

A

Jurancon

12
Q

Which Regions wines have historically been called the Black wines of ____

A

Cahors