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Vineyard: Quiz


Question 1: For example, during ________ in the U.S.
PakistanUnited Arab EmiratesProhibitionRum-running

Question 2: During the lengthy instability of the ________, the Christian monasteries maintained and developed viticultural practices, having the resources, security, stability and interest in improving the quality of their vines.
Late Middle AgesMiddle AgesEarly Middle AgesHigh Middle Ages

Question 3: (1920-1933), vineyards in ________ expanded sevenfold to meet the increasing demand for home-brewing.
San Jose, CaliforniaSacramento, CaliforniaLos AngelesCalifornia

Question 4: ________ varieties were saved by being grafted onto the rootstock of native American varieties, although there is still no remedy for phylloxera, which remains a danger to any vineyard not planted with grafted rootstock.
International Grape Genome ProgramViticultureGrapeVitis vinifera

Question 5: Vineyards are often on hillsides and on ________ of marginal value to other plants.
LandslideSoilClayWater well

Question 6: Other recent practices include spraying water on vines to protect them from sub-zero temperatures (aspersion), new ________ techniques, soil slotting, and mechanical harvesting.

Question 7: In medieval Europe the ________ was a staunch supporter of wine, which was necessary for the celebration of the Catholic Mass.
Christian ChurchEast–West SchismChristianityEarly Christianity

Question 8: Leading wine critic ________ has had a significant influence on viticulture around the world.
FranceBordeaux wineJapanRobert M. Parker, Jr.

Question 9: For example, in Chile, large areas of low-quality grapes have been replaced with such grapes as Chardonnay and ________.
Chilean wineCabernet SauvignonMerlotWine

Question 10: Such techniques have made possible the development of wine industries in New World countries such as ________.
United KingdomUnited StatesCanadaBarbados


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