Thank you for joining us for WineCAST #8. MWS Contributor Brian O'Keefe designed this week's quiz. Highest scorers will be entered to win a prize and will be notified on Monday, November 21.
The dominant grape used in a Cotes du Rhone AOC blend is:
“Cotes” in Cotes du Rhone translates as:
On the WSET scale for Appearance, Color, when moving left to right (purple –ruby – garnet - tawny), may indicate that the wines are:
On the WSET scale for PALATE, the term “Length” refers to:
A Cotes du Rhone wine makes for a good introduction to Old World wines because
Extra Credit: Describe the differences between Old World and New World expressions of a GSM blend.
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