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  • Which one of these is an astringent present in red wine?
    • Tannin
    • Vinegar
    • Lemon
    • Honey
    : Tannin
  • As they age, red wines usually
    • become darker in color
    • remain unchanged in color
    • become outdated
    • become lighter in color
    : become lighter in color
  • A bottle of champagne has approximately
    • 50 million bubbles
    • 50 thousand bubbles
    • 50 billion bubbles
    • 50 bubbles
    : 50 million bubbles
  • With time, red wines usually
    • deteriorate
    • improve
    • increase in volume
    • increase in weight
    : improve
  • With time, white wines usually
    • improve
    • increase in volume
    • deteriorate
    • increase in weight
    : deteriorate
  • _______ tint at the edge of a red wine typically indicates youth.
    • An orange
    • A white
    • A purple
    • A green
    : A purple
  • _______ tint at the edge of a red wine typically indicates maturity.
    • A purple
    • An orange
    • A white
    • A green
    : An orange
  • Which one of these is added to fortified wines?
    • rum
    • gin
    • brandy
    • whisky
    : brandy
  • Which country is the world's largest exporter of quality wines?
    • Australia
    • South Africa
    • Portugal
    • France
    : France
  • Which country is the world's second largest exporter of quality wines?
    • France
    • Australia
    • Italy
    • South Africa
    : Italy
  • Which country is the world's third largest exporter of quality wines?
    • France
    • Australia
    • South Africa
    • Spain
    : Spain
  • Which place in France is known for its great red wines?
    • Champagne
    • Paris
    • Loire
    • Bordeaux
    : Bordeaux
  • Which of these is a distillate of grapes?
    • brandy
    • whisky
    • rum
    • gin
    : brandy
  • Identify the place in Germany which makes the most expensive wines.
    • Loire
    • Mosel-Saar-Ruwer
    • Carneros
    • Sonoma
    : Mosel-Saar-Ruwer
  • The English word 'claret' refers to
    • sweet red wines from Burgundy
    • dry red wines from Bordeaux
    • dry white wines from Italy
    • sparkling wines from Spain
    : dry red wines from Bordeaux
  • Descending streaks of wine seen on the interior of a glass after it has been swirled are called
    • stems
    • legs
    • ribbons
    • strings
    : legs
  • A famous wine region of USA is
    • Loire valley
    • Napa valley
    • Stellenbosch
    • Alsace
    : Napa valley
  • Which one of these wine grapes is called the poor man's Chardonnay?
    • Pinot Noir
    • Pinot Blanc
    • Cabernet Franc
    • Pinot Meunier
    : Pinot Blanc

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