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Wine Quiz #136 – How Well Do You Know Your Wines?

The Wine Quiz series is not meant to intimidate. The whole idea here is to have fun and learn something new. When answering the questions, it is fully encouraged to use all available sources of information, including Google or any other search engine. There are no embarrassing answers – the most embarrassing thing is not giving it a try…

Welcome to the weekend and your new wine quiz!

Let’s start with the answers to the last quiz #135. Once again, you needed to identify wines (producers) by the fragment of the wine label. I’m making an effort to ensure that the fragment of the label will be telling enough to allow for the producer to be identified. Here are the full pictures of the labels so you can compare:

All of these are well-known producers, most from California with the exception of Chateau Ste. Michelle from the State of Washington.

Sadly, nobody attempted to answer this quiz, so I have to keep all the prizes where they are.

Here is a new set of fragments of the wine labels, with the wine producers who should be reasonably familiar, and some even carrying good hints with them:

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Good luck, enjoy the weekend and your new quiz! Cheers!

  1. March 27, 2021 at 9:36 am

    The only one I know which I know is the easiest and everyone would get it is #3The Prisoner Wines of Napa Valley, its a Zin blend and I do like it a lot, my local wine store carries it. I know they have changed and are no longer the small winery they used to be when David Phinney was at the helm. I happen to love Spanish artists and Goya is one of my favorites, I was initially drawn to this wine because of the label. I understand they now have whites and have yet to try them. I am terrible at this even though labels are what draws me to wines initially. At least I tried.

    • March 30, 2021 at 9:34 am

      Thank you for playing, Suzanne! Very good work. I didn’t realize that the Prisoner line now includes white wines, even though I saw the label for their Snitch Chardonnay and I find it very creative

      • April 1, 2021 at 9:51 am

        I’ve yet to try their white wine but plan to for sure as their red is really nice.

  2. ZACHARY GINZBURG
    March 28, 2021 at 10:06 am

    1 Charles Krug
    2 Louis Martini
    3 Prisoner
    4 Duckhorn
    5 Honig
    6 Markham

    • March 30, 2021 at 9:31 am

      Excellent work! Will see if you are right, though…

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