P358 ORACLE 358 Fri25 Dec ITV 2000:03 1/5 WINE QUIZ (see page 356 for details) 1. What is the grade of German wine most commonly seen in the UK? 2. Name 4 of the 11 German wine growing regions? 3. Does a German wine label carry: (a) village of origin (b) Region (c) vineyard name (d) all. 4. ghich country in Europe has the most land under vines (a) Portugal (b) France (c) Spain? 5. Give 2 of the 5 Italian terms for measuring sweetness more follows P358 ORACLE 358 Fri25 Dec ITV 2000:11 2/5 WINE QUIZ 6. Who invented the 'remuage' process used in Champagne making: Louis Roederer, the widow Clicquot or Dom Perignon? 7. Under the Italian system of labelling, what does D.O.C. stand for? 8. What part of the grape does red wine contain that gives it its red colour? 9. What chemical, also found in tea, gives red wine its particular taste? 10 Which New World wine growing region is said to rival the best in France? more follows > >P358 ORACLE 358 Fri25 Dec ITV 2005:11 4/5 WINE QUIZ 18. Ghat is Chapalization? 19. What do grapes contain which makes them the best kind of fruit for wine? 20. What is meant by fortified wine? 21. ghy is it better to store wine bottles on their sides rather than upright? 22. The British adult drinks an average of 3\, 7\ or 12\ bottles of light wine a year? more follows > >P358 ORACLE 358 Fri25 Dec ITV 2007:11 3/5 WINE QUIZ 11. Name 2 of the most important grape types? 12. What is Kir? 13. What was the Phylloxera? 14. What is the French name for the Burgundy wine-growing district? 15. Which famous French wine & region has no English name? 16. In which Century was the cork introduced, 14th, 17th or 18th? 17. From which French wine growing region does Claret come? more follows >P358 ORACLE 358 Fri25 Dec ITV 2000:13 6/6 WINE QUIZ 23. If you purchased wine at a supermarket in France, (but no other type of alcohol), would your duty free allowance on entering Britain be: (a) 2 bottles of sparkling & 3 of still wine, or (b) 3 litres of sparkling & 4 litres of still wine? 24. What is a cooper? 25. Is burgundy wine (a) always dry Xc(dry or medium (c) always sweet.