Flashcards in Spain Deck (189)
Somontano DO is the only region of Spain that grows the variety...
Name the three types of soil we come across in Jerez.
Which grape variety covers more than 60% of Sierra de Salamanca DO?
Where does the Phylloxera Festival take place?
San Sadurni d'Anoia
Spanish and Portuguese term for a fortified wine.
Name the only Galician region which is specialising in red wines from the Mencia grape.
Large earthenware vessel, occasionally used to ferment and store wine in Central and Southern Spain and Southern Chile.
Syrup used for sweetening wine in Spain, especially Sherry, made by boiling down and thus concentrating unfermented grape juice.
"Raw" sherry category, whereby unlike mass-market brands, it is only very lightly clarified before being bottled and sold.
Rioja synonym for Trousseau.
Famous synonym of Mazuelo.
What are the two winds that influence Sherry DO?
Name the municipalities of Ribera del Duero.
Which grape variety represents over 80% of the vineyards of Jumilla DO?
First two red wine estates in Castile-la-Mancha to receive Denominacion De Pago status.
Dominio De Valdepusa
Name the five districts of Navarra (from north to south).
Catalan synonym of Carinena.
Name the two main white grape varieties used in Toro.
Name of Spanish DO that borders Roussillon.
Name the DOs of Andalucia.
Manzanilla Sanlucar de Barrameda
Sierras de Malaga
Condado de Huelva
Binissalem's dominant red and white grapes.
Manto Negro (red)
Name the principal grape variety of Condado de Huelva DO.
Name the DOs of Galicia.
Maximum permitted yields (kg/ha) for Rioja wines (red and white).
White: 9000 kg/ha
Red: 6500 kg/ha
When did Rioja became the first DOCa?
When was new varieties approved for Rioja, for the first time since 1925?
Name the two latest vintages that have been rated as excellent by the Regulatory Council in Rioja.
Which type of training is the traditional one used in Rioja?
Bush training (Goblet)
Which is the maximum elevation for the vineyards of Rioja?