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Spain - Castilla La Mancha, Extremadura & Canary Islands
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What is Europe's single largest demarcated wine region?
La Mancha DO
Whose silhouette is on the logo of the La Mancha consejor regulador?
What is the synonym for tempranillo in La Mancha?
What is the DO pago of Marqués de Grignon and in which DO does it reside?
Dominio de Valdepusa (2003); Méntrida
Name the 9 DO's of Castilla-La Mancha
Ribera del Júcar
Name all Castilla-La Mancha DO Pagos, as well as the year they were created?
Dominio de Valdepusa (2003)
Finca Élez (2003)
Dehesa del Carrizal (2006)
Campo de la Guardia (2009)
Pago Florentino (2009)
Casa del Blanco (2010)
Which Castilla-La Mancha DO is closest to the Levant region?
What teinturier grape is garnacha tintorera a synonym for?
What is the principle grape of Manchuela?
Which former subzone of La Mancha DO became its own appellation in 2003?
Ribera del Júcar
What are tinas?
Large wooden vats of 5000L - 20000L capacity, used in Castilla-La Mancha
Which Castilla-La Mancha DO is nearly entirely surrounded by La Mancha DO and translates to 'valley of rocks'?
What is the minimum vine age for red grape vines to be used in the Uclés DO?
Where would one find the malvar grape?
Southern Spain, particularly in the DO's of Mondéjar and Vinos de Madrid
What is the only DO of Extremedura and when was it created?
Ribera del Guadiana; 1999
Name the subzones of Ribera del Guadiana
Tierra de Barros
Who is the only producer of Cava in southwestern Spain and where are they located?
Bodegas Inviosa, located in the Tierra do Barros subzone of Extremadura's Ribera del Guadiana DO
How many Canary Island DO's are there? Name all that reside on the Island of Tenerife
Valle de Güímar
Valle de la Orotava
Name all Canary Island DO's that encompass their own islands
What was the first Canary Island DO to be approved and when?
What Canary Island DO was the most recently created?
La Gomera; 2009
Where is Europe's highest vineyard located?
The commune of Viaflor of the Abona DO of the Canary Islands, at 5200 ft ASL
What is the westernmost Canary Island?
What former DO is now a part of the Gran Canaria DO?
Monte Lentiscal. It is now considered a subzone of the DO and may append its name to it, given 100% of the grapes are from the district
What grape is required to compose at least 90% of the blend for wines labeled 'tradicional' in the La Gomera DO?
Name the three subzones of the La Palma DO of the Canary Islands
Hoyo del Mazo
Norte de La Palma
What is a Vino de Tea and where is it found?
Red, white or rosé wines from the Norte de La Palma subzone of the La Palma DO that have been aged for at least 6 months in Canary pine
What is the easternmost island of the Canary DO's?
What is the synonym for Bual on the Canary Islands?
Which of the Canary Island DO's has the most hectares under vine?
Lanzarote, with about 1963
Name a producer from the Canary Islands
Suertes del Marqués
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