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1

What is the meaning of Hybrid?

1) a French wine term
2) the offspring of the same vine species
3) the offspring of two different vine species
4) a grape vine that is easy to grow

the offspring of two different vine species

2

This grape was originally the first grape cultivated in Virginia and now is the cornerstone of the Missouri wine industry. Name that grape.

1) Norton
2) Seyval
3) Syrah
4) Zinfandel

Norton

3

The term Foxy refers to what?

1) heavily scented, reeking of something closer to animal fur than fruit
2) Vitis Vinifera
3) grapes that grow in the shape of a fox tail
4) wines made from raisins

heavily scented, reeking of something closer to animal fur than fruit

4

The Finger Lakes wine region is know for quality______________?

1) Nebbiolo
2) Spatburgunder
3) Riesling
4) Chardonnel

Riesling

5

Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are examples of:

1) proprietary labeling
2) generic labeling
3) territorial labeling
4) varietal labeling

varietal labeling

6

What does AVA stand for?

American Viticultural Area

7

The minimum percentage of chardonnay grapes in a US wine labeled as 'Chardonnay' is:

1) 75%, 90% in Oregon
2) 100% in all states
3) 51%, 100% in Oregon
4) 51% in all states

75%, 90% in Oregon

8

If a wine label states an AVA name, the minimum percentage of grapes from that AVA is:

1) 100% in all states.
2) 85%; 100% in Oregon.
3) 51% in all states.
4) 51%; 100% in Oregon.

85%; 100% in Oregon.

9

Two major AVAs in Washington state are:

1) Columbia Valley and Yakima Valley
2) Columbia Valley and Willamette Valley
3) Willamette Valley and Umpqua Valley
4) Green Valley and Columbia Valley

Columbia Valley and Yakima Valley

10

Two major AVAs in Oregon are

1) Columbia Valley and Yakima Valley
2) Green Valley and Columbia Valley
3) Anderson Valley and Willamette Valley
4) Willamette Valley and Umpqua Valley

Willamette Valley and Umpqua Valley

11

The most likely red vinifera grapes to planted in New York are:

1) Merlot and Syrah
2) Pinot Noir and Portugieser
3) Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc
4) Baco Noir and Ruby Red

Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc

12

Recognized DVAs exist in the Canadian provinces of:

1) Quebec and Manitoba
2) Nova Scotia and Newfoundland
3) Ontario and British Columbia
4) Manitoba and Saskatchewan

Ontario and British Columbia