It’s time for our weekly wine quiz here at Vino in Love. But before we get to this week’s quiz I want to give you the answers of last week’s edition. I now that I’m a little bit late. Sorry about that!
Wine Quiz #26 – Solutions
What wine-related thing do the French communes Vaucluse and Gigondas have in common? The two communes form the Gigondas AOC.
Match the following abbreviations of wine classifications to their corresponding country.
What do the four abbreviations in question 2 stand for? AOC: Appellation D’origine Contrôlée. DOCG: Denominzaione d’Origine Controlata e Garantinta, DO: Denominación de Origen, QbA: Qulitätswein bestimmter Anbaugebiete.
True or false: Pignoletto and a sub-variety of Trebbiano share the same DNA. False.
What have the wines Vesuvio DOC, Etna DOC and Aglianico del Vulture DOCG in common? All of these appellations are named after a volcano.
Wine Quiz #27
On to this week’s wine quiz.
Which one doesn’t fit?
True or false: Pinot Noir and Spätburgunder are two names for the same grape.
Cabernet Gernischt is said to be a crossing of Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon. In what country is the grape predominantly grown.
Amarone is one of the world’s most prestigious wines. Briefly explain where the name Amarone, which literally translates to “The Great Bitter”, comes from?
Happy quizzing! Answers are coming next Friday. Remember you have nothing to lose!