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Lambrusco: Quiz

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Question 1: One of the reasons why this clone tend to produce the highest quality Lambrusco is the tendency of the vine to drop its ________ which reduces yields and concentrates flavors.
SeedFlowerFruitFlowering plant

Question 2: Historically the vines were trained to climb up ________ trees.
Populus tremulaWillowPopulusBalsam poplar

Question 3: [3] The Grasparossa clone produces the most ________ Lambrusco.
Gallic acidProanthocyanidinEllagic acidTannin

Question 4: When not fermented sweet, the Lambrusco grape is capable of producing a dry wine with ________ notes and a slight bitter finish.
AppleLysineFolic acidGarden strawberry

Question 5: In ________ a number of cheaper bottled and box wines are produced by Australian vineyards and sold as "Lambrusco".
AustraliaCanadaUnited KingdomBarbados

Question 6: Lambrusco Montovano- The only Lambrusco region outside of Emilia-Romagna, in the ________ region.
ItalySicilyLombardyVeneto

Question 7: The Lambrusco grape has shown itself prone to developing several ________ and sub varieties to where there is no one singular "Lambrusco grape".
ChromosomeBacteriaCloningDNA

Question 8: Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Lambrusco was the biggest selling import wine in the ________.
AlaskaUnited StatesCanadaPhilippines

Question 9: In ________, the Maesini clone accounts for several hundred planted hectares.
ChileArgentinaBrazilBuenos Aires

Question 10: By the end of the 20th century, ampelographers had identified over 60 varieties of Lambrusco scattered throughout Italy including-________, Sicily and the Veneto.
LiguriaLombardyAosta ValleyPiedmont







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