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Iberian Peninsula Wine Quiz

Where does the majority of cork come from?
In Portugal, what is the term that refers to aging requirements?
In Portugal, what are the requirements for wine to be classified as Reserva?
What is the Spanish equivalent of Italy's DOC classification?
If Brettanomyces grows in wine, what characters might be present in the palate or bouquet?
Which of the following are the most likely tasting notes for a Rioja Gran Reserva?
Which of the following is not usually a characteristic attributed to aging wine in American Oak?
What is tempranillo called in Ribera del Duero?
Which of the following is an accurate description of Ribera del Duero's terroir?
Which of the following might be a good low-cost alternative to Sancerre or Pouilly-Fumé?
A white Rueda might have which of the following tasting notes?
How does albariño compare to viognier?
"Dark, inky, moderately aromatic, high acidity and tannin, notes of ripe dark fruit, licorice, dried figs, soy sauce; full-bodied, high alcohol, warm on the palate." Which of the following is the most likely wine being described?
What grape is often blended with Tempranillo in Rioja?
If tempranillo is blended with Merlot or Cabernet Sauvignon, what region does that wine most likely hail from?