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By Simon Darby and Central Lakes Photography, and courtesy of Rippon, Valli Vineyards, and Mount Edward Winery.
In the New Zealand region of Central Otago, where pinot noir is king, producers are proving white wines can more than hold their own.
What grape is Henschke’s iconic ‘Hill of Grace’ made from?
1. What does the Latin phrase “In Vino Veritas” mean? 2. Which one of these following grape varietals is not used to produce champagne: pinot noir, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, pinot meunier. 3. What is Pét-Nat short for? 4. How is ice wine produced? 5. What is the national drink of Turkey? 6. Wine regions Peel and Manjimup are found in which Australian state? 7. Found on a wine label, what do the letters NV stand for? 8. The smell of wet cardboard, when opening a bottle of wine, can be a sign of what? 9. Is sake made through a brewing or distilling process? 10. What grape is Henschke’s iconic ‘Hill of Grace’ made from? 11. The Napa Valley wine region is found in which US state? 12. The term ‘vodka’ comes from the Slavic word ‘voda’ meaning what?