106 Matching questions
- Between high and low, sparkling wines usually want what level of acid?
- What is assemblage?
- What is another term for riddling?
- What is dosage?
- What are the 4 main types of fermentation processes for making sparking wines?
- Name 3 synonyms for the Tank method of Sparkling wine fermentation?
- What is Autolysis?
- What was the earliest example of a wine being named after a place?
- The Brut level of sweetness usually has what percentage of sugar?
- List the steps in the second fermentation process when using the a tank method?
- The doux level of sweetness usually has what percentage of sugar?
- The 2 most famous areas for making sparking wine in Italy are?
- How long is the second fermentation?
- List the top 10 sparkling wine producing countries?
- Sparkling wines made in France but outside of the Champagne region are called?
- What grape varietal would be used to make Rose in Champagne?
- What aromas are created with Autolysis?
- What 2 grape varietals would be used to make a Blanc de Noirs in Champagne?
- What step is not used for aromatic sparkling wines?
- What character of wine which may be wanted, but can be removed through filtering?
- What is unique about Prestige Cuvee?
- What is petillant?
- What is 1 atmosphere of weight of air at sea level?
- Brachetto d'Acqui is located in what region of Italy?
- What are the 3 main grapes of Champagne?
- What is another French term for "sur lie"?
- What fermentation process is chilled to 50 degree F throughout fermentation?
- Partial fermentation of sparkling wine is usually what percentage of alcohol?
- Which is the most common grape varietal used for making sparking wine in Australia?
- What is the French term for dosage?
- What are the 2 most common grape varietals for making sparking wine in the new world?
- What are the English words for "sur lie"?
- What is different in the bottles between a sparkling wine and a still wine?
- What is Saignee?
- What type of location does the second fermentation usually take place when in the bottle?
- Name the 2 standard champagne bottle sizes which are smaller than the standard bottle.
- What is the name of the process where the fermented juice remains in contact with the yeast?
- What is a mechanized Pupitre?
- How were sparking wines accidentally invented?
- What gives the tank method in sparkling wine fermentation the bad rap?
- How much sugar is added at the Brut Nature level of sweetness?
- Which 2 fermentation processes have dosage added to the tank?
- What is the French term for lees aging?
- Which fermentation process creates the highest alcohol?
- The transfer method in the US is noted by 2 different phrases on the label of a bottle of sparkling wine?
- List the steps in partial fermentation?
- What process is needed when fermenting in the bottle but not needed when fermenting in a tank?
- What does reserve mean in the making of sparking wines?
- Are incomplete fermented wines in the bottle, sweet or dry?
- What remains in the bottle of Blanquette de Limoux Methode Ancestrale sparkling wines which is usually removed in other sparkling wines?
- Mocato d'Asti is located in what region of Italy?
- In order, list the 3 standard bottle sizes for Champagne which are incremented by 2 bottles from the Magnum bottle size.
- The EU allows adding what to white sparkling wine to make rose sparking wine?
- What method of fermentation can be performed all year round?
- Historically, what are the 6 steps of disgorging?
- Name the standard champagne bottle size which is equal to 12 bottles.
- List in order, the 3 processes which follow assemblage before the second fermentation in sparkling wine making?
- Sparkling wine made in Spain is called?
- Which fermentation process creates the lowest alcohol?
- How long is Clairette de Die fermented?
- The second fermentation in the transfer method occurs where?
- Champagne, which has a cool climate, produces sparkling wines which are?
- Why can Partial fermentation be produced all year round?
- Name the standard champagne bottle size which is equal to 20 bottles.
- What are the 5 synonyms for Brut Nature?
- What are the 2 white grapes are best for aromatic white sparkling wines?
- Having the 2nd fermentation in a tank is common in which 3 types of fermentation?
- What are the 2 typical pressure units of measure?
- What are the 3 features of the house style of sparking wines?
- The first fermentation in the transfer method occurs where?
- What are the literal translation for tete de cuvee in English?
- What is "liqueur de tirage"?
- What other benefit occurs during lees aging in sparkling wines?
- When is "liqueur de tirage" added for sparking wine?
- What is the most famous sparkling wine from Italy?
- What is another term for Prestige Cuvee?
- California Champagne will not be able to be used after what date?
- What is the grape varietal for making sparkling wines in the Loire Valley?
- What happens when "liqueur de tirage" is added to the wine?
- What is the German word for Sparkling wine?
- What 2 Italian sparkling wines are partially fermented?
- List from low to high, what are the 7 levels of sweetness in Sparkling wines?
- Name the standard bottle size for champagne which is equal to 2 standard bottles.
- What region is noted for Blanquette de Limoux Methode Ancestrale?
- Within a single brand of sparkling wines, what are the 6 main types of Cuvee?
- What is debourbage?
- List the 4 steps in order for Partial Fermentation after the first fermentation and before the second fermentation?
- Sparking wines are also called?
- What is the grape varietal for making sparkling wines in Germany?
- What are the 3 famous grape varietals for making sparkling wines in Italy?
- What is the normal atmospheric pressure inside a bottle of sparkling wine?
- The term for the sparkling wine which is incompletely fermented in the bottle is?
- The second fermentation usually adds how much more alcohol?
- How many standard bottles are in the Methuselah bottle size?
- What is transversage?
- What is added to the sparkling wine wine for balance during dosage?
- What is pupitre?
- Name the standard champagne bottle size which is equal to 16 bottles.
- What is frizzante?
- What is riddling?
- What are the 3 grape varietals for making sparkling wines in Spain?
- Lees Aging is more common in what 2 types of Cuvee?
- What are 2 synonyms for the Traditional method of making sparkling?
- What method is a hybrid between the tank method and bottle method for fermenting sparkling wines?
- What viticulture area is famous for Clairette de Die?
- What 2 processes back to back removes lees from bottles?
- a 1. Chardonnay
2. Pinot Noir
- b Balthazar
- c Adding same cuvee to bottle after disgorging
- d riddling
- e Partial fermentation
- f 1. Fermented in the bottle
2. Classical Method
- g on the lees
- h Prosecco
- i Salmanazar
- j 1. atmostphere
2. pounds per square inch
- k 1. end of bottle in icy brine
2. sediment freezes
3. turn bottle upright
4. open bottle
5. remove ice plug
- l a mix of yeast and sugar
- m Sekt
- n Cava
- o 1. Charmat
2. curve close
3. bulk method
- p about a month or more
- q 1.2% to 1.7%
- r transfer between bottles
- s sous tirage
- t 1. Fermented in the Bottle
2. Bottle Fermented
- u 1. Pinot Noir
2. Pinot Meunier
- v In the bottle
- w Partial Fermentation
- x Reisling
- y Piedmont
- z being a cheaper process
- aa nutty, toasty flavors
- ab Clairette de Die
- ac 8
- ad 1. Prestige
4. Blanc de Blanc
5. Blanc de Noirs
- ae 1. France
- af a little sugar
- ag Nebuchadnezzar
- ah a still wine from an earlier vintage used for blending
- ai 1. Ferment to a point
3. racked off sediment
4. 2nd Fermentation in tank
5. filtered and bottled
- aj leaving on lees
- ak 1. Franciacorta
- al red wine
- am 1. Chardonnay
2. Pinot Noir
3. Pinot Meunier
- an 1 bar
- ao wine bottles chilled in the winter and restarted fermenting in the spring
- ap 1. Fining
3. Cold Stabilization
- aq 1. prestige
2. vintage wines
- ar The second fermentation starts
- as greater than 5%
- at Languedoc
- au fizzy sparking
- av high acid
- aw Chenin Blanc
- ax 1. Jeroboam
- ay 1. Riddling
- az flavor components
- ba 5% to 6%
- bb 1. Muscat
- bc 1. Muscat (white)
2. Brachetto (red)
3. Glera (red)
- bd Traditional
- be tete de cuvee
- bf zero sugar added
- bg 6 atmospheres
- bh in the tank
- bi 1. ferment dry
2. add cuvee
3. add yeast and sugar
4. ferment under pressure
5. left on lees
- bj 1. Moscato d'Asti
2. Brachetto d'Acqui
- bk Peidmont
- bl Pays Diois in the Rhone Valley
- bm lees aging
- bn 1. mixing of several years
2. least expensive
3. highest volume made in winery
- bo Remuage
- bp 1. Refrigeration
- bq liqueur d'expedition
- br 1. Tank method
2. Transfer method
3. Partial Fermentation method
- bs dark and cool, such as in cellars or caves
- bt It is from earliest part of the first pressing
- bu 1. Xarel-lo
- bv The yeast decomposing
- bw because the base wine is very refrigerated
- bx high
- by a heavy punt for sparkling wine
- bz March 10, 2016
- ca Carbon Dioxide becomes more dissolved
- cb leaving the bottles upside down to bring the lees near the cap
- cc 1. Traditional
- cd sweet
- ce Juice settling
- cf an "A frame" used in Champagne, France for riddling and is shaken each day.
- cg 1. san dosage
2. pas dose
3. dosage zero
4. but sauvage
- ch Effervescent Wines
- ci Champagne
- cj Slightly Sparkling
- ck Transfer Method
- cl Gyropallette
- cm sediment
- cn sur lie
- co Shiraz
- cp about 1% more
- cq Just before the second fermentation
- cr Crements
- cs 6 months
- ct 1. Tank method
2. Transfer method
- cu cream of the crop
- cv Pinot Noir
- cw a method for making Rose wine
- cx Blanquette de Limoux Methode Ancetrale
- cy 1. Brut Nature
2. Extra Brut
4. extra dry or extra sec
7. doux which is very sweet
- cz 1. Split
- da Magnum
- db blending