The questions for this New Year Wine Quiz are taken from the articles that I have written over the last twelve months. Let me know how well you get on.
1. The main vineyard area in Lebanon is:
2. Sauternes is one of the great sweet wines of the world. Which of these grapes is not used to make it?
3. The three main climate classifications for grapes growing areas are Continental, Mediterranean and?
4. A ‘fruity’ wine is always sweet?
5. Pouilly Fumé is made from?
6. Hermitage in the Northern Rhone is made from?
7. Petrus is one of the most famous wines in the world. The winery is in Pomerol in Bordeaux but is it located on the Left bank or Right bank of the River Dordogne?
8. What determines the amount of alcohol in a wine?
9. When opening sparkling wine, which of these is true?
10. Zweigelt is a red wine originally from which country?
11. What is Phylloxera?
12. What is the ideal temperature to serve a Tempranillo?
13. Monastrell is also known as?
14. In comparison with Rioja, the wines from Ribera del Duero tend to be:
15. Food and Wine - Which of these three elements of a dish will not enhance the flavour of a wine?
16. What is the level of alcohol in a Fino Sherry?
17. What would be a classic match with Cabrales or Roquefort blue cheese?
18. Which of the following grapes is not used to make Champagne?
19. There are many clones of the Moscatel. Which is grown in region of Valencia?
20. Which of the following is not correct?
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