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Sommelier level 1&2_1 - Term Definition Where is Soave...

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Term: Where is Soave DOC located and what is it known for Definition: it is located in the western part of Italy's Veneto area and produces Italy's most popular dry white wine Term: What is the primary grape of Valpolicella Definition: Corvina Term: What is the only grape allowed in Pouilly-Fume AC and what region is it from Definition: Sauvignon Blanc, Loire Term: Marsala DOC can be described as what type of wine and where is it made Definition: A fortified wine made in Western Sicily Term: Soave wines are made from what grape and what is the minimum precent allowed Definition: Soave wines are made from a minimum of 70% Garganega
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Term: Where is the Rias Baixas located and what is the predominant white grape Definition: Spain and Albarino Term: What type of wine is made in Chablis and what is the approved grape Definition: white wine made from Chardonnay Term: Savenierres is from what major region Definition: Loire Term: What is the only appellation is Condrieu Definition: Chateau-Grillet Term: What does Sur Lie on a wine label indicate Definition: the wine has been matured on its fine lees
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Term: What white grape is used to make Vinho Verde Definition: Alvarinho (Albarino) Term: What is Vin doux Naturel French for Definition: naturally sweet wine. It refers to a category of sweet, fortified wines made from grapes that are high in natural sugar and whose fermentation is stopped by the addition of a neutral alcohol. Term: Tavel is the only French AC that is for Definition: rose only Term: What are the ingredients of a Negroni Definition: gin, sweet vermouth, campari, soda water (optional)
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Term: What is Muscat known as in South Africa Definition: Hanepoot Term: descirbe malolactic fermentation Definition: it ia a biochemical reaction where bacteria converts malic acid into lactic acid and carbon dioxide- no alcohol is produced. Because lactic acid is milder than malic acid, wines that undergo this process become softer and smoother. Term: Where is the only region you can blend white and red grapes to make a rose wine Definition: Champagne Term: A late Bottled Vintage Port is always bottled how many years after the vintage Definition: 4-6 years
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Term: Name the Crus of Beaujolais Definition: Brouilly, Chenas, Chiroubles, Cote de Brouilly, Fleurie, Julienas, Morgon, Moulin-a-Vent, Regnie, St. Amour Term: What are the 13 grapes allowed to be blended in Chateauneuf du Pape Definition: Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, Counoise, Mourvedre, Bourboulenc, Clairette, Picardan, Picpoul, Rossanne, Terret Noir, Vaccarese, Muscardine Term: Orvieto is best described as Definition: a dry white wine from the Umbria region in Central Italy Term: Los Carneros has vineyards in what two California wine counties Definition: Sonoma and Napa Term: What are the Mt. that run through Washington and Oregon Definition: Cascade Mountains
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Term: Which wine region of Spain is most noted for the production of Cava wines Definition: Penedes Term: Vallee de la Marne is a wine
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