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Which one of the following best describes a wine made from Sauvignon Blanc?
White wine glasses are typically larger than red wine glasses.
An example of a red wine with low tannin is
In a warm climate, wines made from Chardonnay can display aromas of
In warm climate regions
1 average temperatures are high
2 grapes struggle to ripen
3 it is common to grow black grapes
In red wine production the grapes are pressed before fermentation
Which one of the following best describes a wine made from Pinot Noir?
Sancerre is made from
Wine can seem more acidic when consumed with food that is
White Zinfandel is a
Wines from Burgundy
Umami makes a wine seem
Warm climate regions are typically closer to the Equator than cool climate regions.
Which one of the following wines is always dry?
What is the recommended service condition for light-bodied red wines?
The red wines of Bordeaux are typically
Salty food can make wine taste
Which of the following paris are required for alcoholic fermentation?
‘Dry red wine with full body and high alcohol’ best describes
Chablis is made from Chardonnay.
Burgundy is made with Chardonnay.
Bordeaux is made with Pinot Noir
Burgundy is made with Merlot
Which one of the following is NOT a recommended step when opening a bottle of sparkling wine?
Highly flavoured food…
Which of the following wines is a blend?
What are 2 components in food that make a wine taste softer? That is they make the wine seem less drying, less bitter, less acidic and more fruity?
What component in wine gives a pleasant sensation of ‘cutting through’ the fattiness in food and cleansing the palate?
What must you do when pairing a sweet dish with wine?
What are two components in food that make wines taste ‘harder’? That is, they make the wines taste more drying and bitter, more acidic and less sweet and fruity?