Burgundy Study Guide

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  1. What are the Generic Burgundy AOP's?
    • Bourgogne AOP
    • Bourgogne Aligote AOP
    • Bourgogne Cote D'Or AOP
    • Bourgogne Gamay AOP (only within the crus of Beaujolais)
    • Bourgogne Passe-Tout-Grains AOP
    • Coteaux Bourguignons (Bourgogne Ordinaire and Grand-Ordinaire) - Mostly Gamay from Beaujolais
    • Cremant de Bourgogne¬†
  2. What type of soil are all the Grand Crus of Chablis grown in?
    Kimmeridgean
  3. What are the two primary soil types of Chablis?
    • Kimmeridgean¬†
    • Portlandian
  4. What are the Grand Crus of Chablis?
    • Bougros
    • Les Preuses
    • Vaudesir
    • Grenouilles
    • Valmur
    • Les Clos
    • Blanchot
    • La Moutonne (vineyard withing Vaudesir)
  5. What are the Appelations of the Chablis District (Yonne)?
    • Chitiry
    • Cote Saint-Jacques
    • Cotes d'Auxerre
    • Coulanges-La-Vineuse
    • Epineuil
    • Tonnerre
    • Vezelay
    • Chablis
    • Chablis Grand Cru
    • Chablis 1er Cru
    • Petit Chablis
    • Saint-Bris
  6. What are the Grand Crus Vineyards of Chablis?
    • Bousgros
    • Les Preuses
    • Vaudesir
    • Les Grenouilles
    • Valmure
    • Les Clos
    • Blanchots
    • La Moutonne (within Les Preuses and Vaudesir)
  7. What domaine owns the monopole of a La Moutonne?
    Domaine Long-Depaquit
  8. What are the 17 1er Crus of Chablis?
    • Berdiot
    • Beauregards
    • Beauroy
    • Chaume de Talvat
    • Cote de Vaubarousse
    • Cote de Jouan
    • Cote de lechet
    • Fourchaume
    • Les Fourneaux
    • Mont de Mileu
    • Montee de Tonnerre
    • Montmains
    • Vaillons
    • Vaucoupin
    • Vau de Vay
    • Vau Ligneau
    • Vosgros
  9. What are the Right Bank Chablis 1er Crus?
    • Berdiot
    • Cote de vaubarousse
    • Fourchaume
    • Les Fourneaux
    • Mont de Mileu
    • Montee de Tonnerre
    • Vaucoupin
  10. What are the Left Bank Chablis 1er Crus?
    • Beauregards
    • Beauroy
    • Chaume de Talvat
    • Cote de Jouan
    • Cotes de Lechet
    • Montmains
    • Vaillons
    • Vau de Vay
    • Vau Ligneau
    • Vosgros
  11. What is the river that runs through the town of Chablis seperating the Right Bank from the Left Bank?
    Serien
  12. What are the applelations of the Cotes Nuits from north to south?
    • Marsannay
    • Fixin
    • Gevrey-Chambertin
    • Morey-St.Denis
    • Chambolle-Musigny
    • Vougeot
    • Vosne-Romanee
    • Nuit-St.Georges
  13. What Cotes Nuit appelations produce white wine?
    Marsannay, Fixin, Morey-St.Denis, Vougeot, Nuit-St.Georges
  14. How many Grand Crus are in the Cotes Nuits?
    24
  15. What is the only white Grand Cru in the Cotes Nuits?
    Musigny
  16. What are the Grand Crus of Gevry-Chambertin?
    • Chambertin
    • chambertin-Clos de Beze
    • Charmes-Chambertin
    • Mazoyeres Chambertin
    • Chapelle-Chambertin
    • Griotte-Chambertin
    • Latricieres-Chambertin
    • Mazis-Chambertin
    • Ruchottes-Chambertin
  17. What are the Grand Crus of Morey-St.Denis?
    • Clos St-Denis
    • Clos de la Roche
    • Clos de Tart (monopole of Mommessin)
    • Clos de Lambrays
    • Bonnes Mares (Morey-St.Denis and Chambolle-Musigny)
  18. What are the Grand Crus of Chambolle-Musigny?
    • Bonnes Mares
    • Musigny
  19. What are the Grand Crus of Vougeot?
    Clos de Vougeot
  20. What are the Grand Crus of Flagey-Echezeaux?
    • Eschezeaux
    • Grand-Echezeaux
  21. What are the Grand Crus of Vosne-Romanee?
    • La Tache (monopole DRC)
    • Romanee-Conti (monopole DRC)
    • La Romanee (monopole Liger-Belair)
    • La Grande Rue (monopole Francois Lamarche)
    • Richebourg
    • Romanee-St-Vivant
  22. What are the Communes of the Cotes de Beaune, North to South?
    • Ladoix-Serrigny
    • Pernand-Verglesses
    • Aloxe-Corton
    • Savigny-les-Beaune
    • Chorey-les-Beaune
    • Beaune
    • Pommard
    • Volnay
    • St-Romain
    • Monthelie
    • Auxey-Duress
    • Mersault
    • St-Aubin
    • Puligny-Montrachet
    • Chassagne-Montrachet
    • Santenay
    • Maranges
  23. What Grand Crus do Aloxe-Corton, Ladoix-Serrigny, Pernand-Vergelesses?
    • Corton
    • Corton-Charlamagne
    • Charlemagne
  24. What are the Grand Crus of Puligny-Montrachet?
    • Montrachet (shared Puligny and Chassagne)
    • Batard-Montrachet (Shared Puligny and Chassagne)
    • Chevalier-Montrachet
    • Bienvenues-Batard-Montrachet
  25. What are the Grand Crus of Chassagne-Montrachet?
    • Montrachet (shared Puligny and Chassagne)
    • Batard-Montrachet (shared Puligny and Chassagne)
    • Criots-Batard-Montrachet
  26. Wht are the 5 main villages of the Cote Chalonnais?
    • Rully
    • Aligote de Bouzeron
    • Mercurey
    • Givry
    • Montagny
  27. What are the main villages of Pouilly region of the macon?
    • Fuisse
    • Pouilly-Fuisse
    • Pouilly-Loche
    • Pouily-Vinzelles
  28. What are the main communes of Maconnais?
    • Vire-Clesse
    • Puilly-Fuisse
    • Pouilly-Loche
    • Pouilly-Vinzelles
    • St-Veran
  29. What are the crus of beaujolais from north to south?
    • St-Amour
    • Julienas
    • Chenas
    • Moulin-a-Vent
    • Fleurie
    • Chiroubles
    • Morgon
    • Regnie
    • Brouilly
    • Cote de Brouilly

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