Q.1
Your Pinot Grigio tastes like wet wool, which wine fault can you detect?

Q.2
Which flower is commonly detected on the nose of Gewürztraminer?

Q.3
What is an unusual descriptor often applied to aged Rieslings from Australia?

Q.4
If your Cabernet Sauvignon has hints of eucalyptus, where is it most likely to have been produced?

Q.5
This grape makes super sweet Sherries which are almost black in colour, is it:

Q.6
Gooseberry is associated with Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand, but if it was from the Loire what would you expect to find instead?

Q.7
If a wine is described as displaying ‘toast, honey and hazelnut’ flavours, what would it most likely be?

Q.8
If a Pinot Noir wine has spicy notes together with intense red fruit flavours, where is it most likely to be from?

Q.9
This French wine is known for its goût de pierre à fusil, or gunflint quality. What is it?

Q.10
Gamay from Beaujolais made using carbonic maceration can give off which unusual aroma:

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