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Zinfandel: Quiz

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Question 1: Otherwise, the grapes do not fully ripen, leaving the wines with excessive ________.
AcidOxygenAcid dissociation constantAcid–base reaction

Question 2:
What is the origin of Zinfandel?

Question 3: [21] The ________ insisted on an English translation, so he added "White Zinfandel" to the name, and sold 220 cases.
Federal Bureau of InvestigationBureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and ExplosivesOklahoma Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement CommissionAlcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau

Question 4: Macondray joined the ________ in the 1850s, and took Zinfandel with them.
San FranciscoCalifornia Gold RushLos AngelesSacramento, California

Question 5: Zinfandel is a variety of red ________ planted in over 10 percent of California vineyards.
GrapeVitisVitis viniferaInternational Grape Genome Program

Question 6: [47] There are also small Zinfandel plantings in South Africa, Western Australia and the ________ area of South Australia.
Clare ValleyMcLaren ValeCoonawarraSouth Australian wine

Question 7: [13] With this support, UCD professor Carole Meredith went to Croatia and collected over 150 samples of Plavac Mali[29] throughout Dalmatia, in collaboration with the ________.
Vrije Universiteit BrusselUniversity of LausanneUniversity of ZagrebUniversity of Ljubljana

Question 8: If weather conditions permit, the grapes may be late-harvested to make ________.
Dessert wineStraw wineIce wineFortified wine

Question 9: [34] UCD has since sent clones of both Zinfandel and Primitivo to Professor Maletić in Croatia, which he planted on the island of ________.
HvarKorčulaBračLastovo

Question 10: Some winemakers choose to ________ the bunches with these varying levels of ripeness, while others hand-harvest the bunches, even by single berries, through multiple passes through the vineyards over several weeks.
WinemakingAlcoholic beverageBrewingEthanol







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