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  • 1. How Much Do You Know About Wine? Click here to begin the quiz!
  • 2. 1. What is the Best Climate to Produce Wine? • Mediterranean Climate • Temperate Climate • Tropical Climate • Arid Climate • Mediterranean Climate
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  • 6. Correct!! Mediterranean Climate: Warm, dry summers and cool, wet winters are the ideal climate for growing grapes and low rainfall conditions. Places that exhibits Mediterranean Climate includes Napa Valley, Chile, and regions in Australia NextNext
  • 7. 2. If You Have a Full-Bodied Wine (Cabernet Sauvignon) What Food Best Pairs With it? • Steak, Eggplant • Chicken/Pork • Salad • Lobster, Shrimp
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  • 11. Correct!! Steak, Eggplant Because full-bodied wine have a strong bitter taste, it’s good to pair them with bold dishes or foods of similar taste Eggplants and strong wine? Yup! Bitter vegetables like eggplants and arugula pairs well with full-bodied wine as well! NextNext
  • 12. 3. ‘Old World’ Wine Makers are Focused on What Value? • Science • Reputation • Presentation • Terroir
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  • 16. Correct!! Terroir The term terroir originated from France, meaning Earth. It defines the characteristics of the region’s climate and geography The labels ‘Burgundy’ and ‘Pinot Noir’ are actually from the same grape. This is because French wine makers believe the importance of terroir, therefore naming the wine according to the region it was grown in NextNext
  • 17. 4. There are No Wine Producing Regions in the Southern Hemisphere Due to Unsuitable Climate • True • False
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  • 21. Correct!! False Regions that are within 10-20 degrees Celcius are the most suitable regions to produce wines. In the Southern Hemisphere Chile, Argentina and South Australia are some of the regions that are within that temperature range and produces quality wine as well NextNext
  • 22. 5. What Grape is The Most Universally Grown? • Zinfandel • Sauvignon Blanc • Chardonnay • Merlot
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  • 26. Correct!! Chardonnay With its wide range in temperature of 4 degrees, its flavors can go from a crisp to bold taste. The Chardonnay is one of the most adaptable grape to different environments which is why you can find them in every wine growing regions NextNext
  • 27. 6. What Soil Components Decreases Temperature Range? • Dark Soil, Stones • Dark Soil, Clay • Light Soil, Stones • Light Soil, Clay
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  • 31. Correct!! Dark Soil, Stone Dark soil and stones absorbs a lot more sunlight that carries heat and therefore will increase the temperature of soil during the day. Resulting in lower temperature difference between day and night NextNext
  • 32. 7. The Best Temperature to Serve Red Wine is ___ • 62-65°F / 16-18°C • 57-62°F / 14-16°C • 65-69°F / 18-20°C • Does Not Matter • 62-65°F / 16-18°C
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  • 36. Correct!! 62-65°F / 16-18°C Because Red Wines are more full-bodied, you do not want it served in cold temperature because it restricts the taste and aroma. Therefore you want them served at a higher temperature and let it release its bold character However, serving it too warm will cause the alcohol to become overpowering, making the wine taste bitter and alcoholic NextNext
  • 37. 8. Why are White Wines Normally Served Before Reds? • It’s Best to Drink From Light to Strong Flavor • It’s Best to Drink From Light to Dark Color • White Wine Cleanses Your Palette • Not of the Above • It’s Best to Drink From Light to Strong Flavor
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  • 41. Correct!! It’s Best to Drink From Light to Strong Flavor Ever had steak before your salad? If you did, then that salad properly tasted like nothing. This is because the flavor of the steak over powered the light flavored salad. This implies to wine too! White wines are always served first because of its light taste, before moving on to the robust flavors of Red wines. NextNext
  • 42. 9. What Distinctive Method is Implemented to Produce White Wine? • Difference in Soil • Different Bottling Technique • Amount of Time • Difference in Temperature *Except for using red and white grapes • Difference in Soil
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  • 46. Correct!! Difference in Temperature White wines are fermented between 10- 15°C, lower than red wines. The lower temperature develops the fruity, tart aroma and taste with some CO2 residual NextNext
  • 47. 10. ‘New World’ Wine Focuses on What Value? • Terroir • Science • Reputation • Presentation • Terroir
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  • 51. Correct!! Science New World wine makers focuses more towards the influence of science. They experiment different scientific method during the winemaking process The grapevines are more spread apart compared to the ‘Old World’ method because of the use of new technologies NextNext
  • 52. 11. If You Have a Light Dish (Snapper with Lemon Sauce), What Wine Should You Pair it With? • Bordeaux • Cabernet Sauvignon • Chardonnay • Sauvignon Blanc • Bordeaux
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  • 56. Correct!! Sauvignon Blanc Sauvignon Blanc is a light-flavored, crisp white wine which goes well with delicate flavored dishes Because of the acid in the lemon, the Chardonnay will not pair nicely due to the difference in acidity NextNext
  • 57. 12. What is Your Favorite Type of Wine? • White • Red • Rosé • Sparkling • White
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  • 60. Cool!! You Answered Red Merlot: The red version of a Chardonnay. It’s the most agreeable red wine but lack complexity Pinot Noir: A very unpredictable wine, it is the most demanding grape to grow and process and can result in either a ‘love’ or ‘hate’ response NextNext
  • 61. Cool!! You Answered White Pinot Grigio: A light and zesty wine that can go well with a lot of dishes, and does not have an oak or alcohol dominant taste Riesling: The flavor can range from dry to sweet, and is one of the top 3 white wines to drink which includes the Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc NextNext
  • 62. Cool!! You Answered Rosé The production of Rosé wines can practice either of these four methods: Bleeding, Limited maceration, Pressing or Run off A perfect drink during summer and spring with its refreshing taste, and pairs nicely with many dishes NextNext
  • 63. Cool!! You Answered Sparkling The Carbon Dioxide is from natural fermentation by adding sugar and yeast to still wine Sparkling Wines are made by combining different grapes together such as Chardonnay, Pinot Noir or Pinot Meunier NextNext
  • 64. Your Done! Thank You for taking the quiz! Want to Take it Again? EndEndAgainAgain