Q.1
Nebbiolo and Barolo might be king of the north, Sangiovese and Brunello call themselves kings of Italian wine, but I'm king of the south in Taurasi. What am I? *

Q.2
Which grape variety would you be most likely to find growing in the Montagne de Reims area? *

Q.3
The word "Claret", used by the British to describe Bordeaux red wines, is taken from which dark rosé wine from Bordeaux? *

Q.4
Someone offers you a glass of red wine from from Moon Mountain District AVA. Where was it made? *

Q.5
Which one of these is the odd one out? *

Q.6
On bottles of Cognac, what does VSOP stand for? *

Q.7
Italy is home to over a thousand native grape varieties but what is Chiavennasca more commonly known as? *

Q.8
"Reserva" Cava is a wonderful alternative to Champagne but what is the ageing difference compared to NV Champagne? *

Q.9
What sets Barbera del Monferrato apart from other, better known Barbera wines? *

Q.10
Mission is the Californian name for which grape variety that was traditionally planted widely in South America? *

Q.11
What is Temecula? *

Q.12
Pinot Noir is a dominant red grape in many French regions, but which of the regions below do NOT use Pinot Noir? *

Q.13
Your Pinot Grigio tastes like wet wool. No, the vineyards don't contain sheep. Which wine fault can you detect? *

Q.14
Which region of Italy is the Dindarella grape grown? *

Q.15
What is the maximum percentage of Viognier that can be blended with Syrah to make the wines of Côte-Rôtie? *

Q.16
For which vintage did Château Mouton-Rothschild first commission an artist to design the label of its grand vin? *

Q.17
What are the dominant grapes used to make Sassicaia? *

Q.18
What destroyed vines of up to 50 years old in Catalonia in 2016? *

Q.19
What year did Cairanne officially enter the fold of Crus? *

Q.20
'Christmas time, mistletoe and wine,' goes the lyric. Where does the singer of the song produce his own wine? *

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