Weekly wine quiz #12
It is time for our weekly wine quiz here at Vino in Love. I hope you all had a good weekend! As usual I have five brand new questions for you. Simply use the comment section below to answer them. Let’s get ready!
Which of the following statements is true?
A) Sangria is named after the Spanish word for “fruit”.
B) The Metodo Martinotti was invented by an oenologist from Asti.
C) Gavi is a grape varietal.
D) Petite Sirah and Syrah are two names for the same grape.
Briefly explain what an Amarone is.
Passum was an ancient sweet wine from Carthagian Empire and the Roman Empire. Which of the following wines comes closest to the ancient passum wine?
A) Recioto della Valpolicella
C) Passito di Pantelleria
D) Aleatico di Puglia.
Red wine is usually served at room temperature; white wine chilled. Explain why there are different serving temperatures.
We all know that there are hundreds of thousands of different grapes out there but do you know which grape is the most planted one in the world? Where is it from? Can you name the second most widely planted grape in the world, too?
Happy quizzing! Answers are coming on Thursday. Remember, you got nothing to lose! The ultimate prize: Bragging-rights for one week! Previous versions of the weekly wine quiz can be found here.