Champagne Wine Region Quiz

Champagne Wine Region Quiz
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Champagne is one of the most heavily praised wine regions on Earth. How knowledgeable are you on the Champagne Wine Region? Take this quiz and find out!
Which of the following statements is true?
The Champagne region of France is the second best wine region in Europe.
The Champagne region of France is not held in high regard.
The Champagne region of France is one of the most heavily praised wine regions on Earth.
The Champagne region of France is one of the most heavily praised wine regions on Earth. How the Champagne Wine Region Works

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What designations do wines in France fall under?
DOC
AOC
Wines in France fall under the AOC designation. How the Champagne Wine Region Works
BOC

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What type of grape is used to make champagne?
Pinot Noir
Chardonnay
All of the above
Pinot Noir and chardonnay are the grapes used to make champagne. How the Champagne Wine Region Works

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Vine restrictions for champagne production include:
Spacing
Pruning
All of the above
Vine restrictions for champagne production include spacing and pruning. How the Champagne Wine Region Works

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Which of the following statements is true?
Wines bearing the AOC label must follow very strict rules.
Wines bearing the AOC label must follow very strict rules. How the Champagne Wine Region Works
Wines bearing the AOC label are not of high quality.
Wines bearing the AOC label are often produced in Italy.

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Which of the following statements is true?
In order for wine to be called champagne, it must be produced in the Champagne region.
In order for wine to be called champagne, it must be produced in the Champagne region. How the Champagne Wine Region Works
In order for wine to be called Champagne, it must be produced in Europe.
Any sparkling wine can be called champagne.

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The invention of champagne is attributed to:
Dom Péringnon
The invention of champagne is attributed to Dom Péringnon. How the Champagne Wine Region Works
Pierre Champagne
Saint Rémi

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Dom Peringnon was a:
monk
Dom Peringnon was a monk. How the Champagne Wine Region Works
vineyard owner
None of the above

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What disease destroys grapevines?
Pneumonia
Phylloxera
Phylloxera is a disease that destroys grapevines. How the Champagne Wine Region Works
Pirolexia

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Where is the Champagne wine region located?
90 miles northeast of Paris
The Champagne wine region is located 90 miles northeast of Paris. How the Champagne Wine Region Works
90 miles southwest of Paris
In Paris

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You Got:
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