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Muscat Blanc à Petits Grains: Quiz

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Question 1: It was probably first introduced to France by the Greeks through the trading port at Marseille and later spread to the Narbonne region by Romans in their conquest of ________.
GaulsCeltsGaulLa Tène culture

Question 2: Its ________ characteristics makes it prone to producing low yields and a susceptibility to mildew and the grape berry moth.
Harvest (wine)Botrytis cinereaVitis viniferaViticulture

Question 3: In ________, the grape is the most widely planted member of the Muscat family and is most commonly known as Moscato Bianco.
FranceRomeItalySicily

Question 4: It was a chief export of Frontignan by the time of ________ and plantings were recorded in Germany by the 12th century.
CharlemagneLouis the PiousAlboinLothair I

Question 5: [1] These strains are more prevalent in ________, where the grape is also known as Frontignac and Brown Muscat.
United KingdomAustraliaBarbadosCanada

Question 6: It is the oldest known variety grown in ________ and is the primary component of the Asti Spumante and Moscato d'Asti wines, as well as for the aromatized and fortified vermouths.
ItalyLombardyPiedmontAosta Valley

Question 7: Muscat Blanc à Petits Grains is a white wine grape that is a member of the Muscat family of ________.
ViticultureInternational Grape Genome ProgramPhylloxeraVitis vinifera

Question 8: It is also commonly used for fortified dessert wines as well as the semi-sparkling ________.
Chenin blancChampagne (wine)Sparkling wineChardonnay







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