Wine Quiz #22
It is finally time for another installment of Vino in Love’s wine quiz. Like most previous editions, the quiz will consist of 5 questions. The winner gets ultimate bragging rights! So what are you waiting for you? You have nothing to lose!
Name (at least) two things that the red grapes Carignano, Monica and Girò have in common.
Briefly explain what Vermouth is. Where and when did it originate? Who are the leading producers?
Match the following wineries with their corresponding region and their flagship wine
|1. Turriga||A. Sicily||I. Ferrari|
|2. Perle Nero||B. Abruzzo.||II. Antinori|
|3. Tignanello||C. Sardinia||III. Donnafugata|
|4. Plateo||D. Trentino-Alto Adige||IV. Argiolas|
|5.Ben Rye||E. Tuscany||V. Agriverde|
True or false: Roter Veltliner and Grüner Veltliner are related.
Unlike in North- and South America, blending white and red wine in order to produce rosé (pink wine) is prohibited in the European Union. Why do you think New World countries tend to produce rosé by blending white wine with small amounts of red wine? What is your opinion about this type of rosé? Obviously there is no right or wrong answer here. So don’t be afraid to answer.
That’s all for today. The answers are coming next Friday. I will leave you with a little bit of virtual summer wine and hope that you enjoy plenty of real wine over the weekend!