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Question 1: Merret presented the ________ with a paper in which he detailed what is now called méthode champenoise in 1662.
Michael AtiyahCopley MedalGeorge PorterRoyal Society

Question 2: In Europe, this principle is enshrined in the ________ by Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) status.
European UnionDenmarkGermanyEuropean Parliament

Question 3: In Germany, ________ is a common sparkling wine.
Champagne (wine)Chenin blancSparkling wineChardonnay

Question 4: During the study scientist exposed two groups of ________ with blanc de blancs (100% Chardonnay composition) and blanc de noir (Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier based) and a control group with no exposure to Champagne.
House mouseAnimalMouseRat

Question 5: French kings were traditionally anointed in ________ and Champagne wine was served as part of coronation festivities.
ÉpernayAy, MarneChâlons-en-ChampagneReims

Question 6: For example British Prime Minister Tony Blair held a Champagne reception to celebrate London winning the right to host the ________.
2012 Summer Olympics1948 Summer Olympics2006 Winter Olympics1908 Summer Olympics

Question 7: At the far extremes of sustainable ________, the grapes would struggle to ripen fully and often would have bracing levels of acidity and low sugar levels.
ViticultureVitis viniferaHarvest (wine)Botrytis cinerea

Question 8: Champagne labels were designed with images of romantic love and marriage as well as other special occasions that were deemed important to women, such as the ________ of a child.
Infant baptismProtestant ReformationLutheranismBaptism

Question 9: It is produced exclusively within the Champagne region of ________,[1] from which it takes its name.
United KingdomFranceItalyCanada

Question 10: Sparkling wines are produced worldwide, and many producers use special terms to define them: Spain uses ________, Italy designates it spumante, and South Africa uses cap classique.
Chenin blancSparkling wineChardonnayChampagne (wine)







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