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Question 1: In contrast, there is nearly 15 times as much ________ planted in the region.
BarberaNebbioloSangioveseCabernet Sauvignon

Question 2: However the lack of easy transport from Piedmont to ________ would keep the Piedmontese wine from having the enduring relationship with British connoisseurship that is associated with Bordeaux, Port and Sherry.
BerlinMoscowStockholmLondon

Question 3: Further studies have indicated that the ________ in Victoria and the Margaret River area of Western Australia have similar amounts of rainfall, relative humidity and sunshine hours as the Langhe region of Piedmont.
Portsea, VictoriaMornington PeninsulaPort PhillipNepean Highway

Question 4: In the Franciacorta, Nebbiolo is a permitted grape variety along with Barbera, ________ and Merlot in the rosso wines of the region.
French wineCabernet FrancChilean wineChardonnay

Question 5: These three region located on the eastern edge of the zone have soils that are dominated by sand and ________.
Carbonate rockSedimentary rockLimestoneKarst topography

Question 6: Outside of Barolo & Barbaresco, Nebbiolo is found in the DOCG wines of Ghemme and Gattinara in the ________ and Vercelli hills of northern Piedmont.
NovaraBorgomaneroBiandrateArona (NO)

Question 7: Other aromas associated with Nebbiolo include dried fruit, damsons, ________, licorice, mulberries, spice as well dried and fresh herbs.
WoolLeather skirtLeatherButton

Question 8: [1] The most ideal location is at an elevation between 492 to 984 feet (150-300 ________) and must provide some natural shelter from wind.
100 megametresMetre1 decametre10 megametres

Question 9: [2] The three main clones used for ________-Lampia, Michet and Rosé Nebbiolo (which is distinct from the separate grape variety Nebbiolo Rosé).
EthanolWinemakingAlcoholic beverageBrewing

Question 10: Nebbiolo is also used to make a deeply concentrated Amarone-type wine known as ________.
Lombardy (wine)ChardonnaySparkling wineSangiovese
















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