Wine Diamonds or tartrates.

Wine Trivia Contest from The Wine Ladies. Which of the following does not determine a flawed wine?

Wine Glass Writer set and Wine OFF

Wine Glass Writer set and Wine OFF

Win a set of Wine Glass Writer and Wine OFF

Value: $20.00

CONGRATS to Roz Rubinoff you are the winner. 

Simply post your answer on the bottom of this article in the comment area. The comment with the correct answer will be randomly be selected on Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018 at noon. We will contact you and ship you the  prize.

For wine lovers, wine fanatics, wine novices and oenophiles, you too can learn quirky, shareable facts about reds, whites, and more. Simply select your answer. Test your wine knowledge!

Wine Trivia Game from The Wine Ladies – May 2018

Which of the following does not determine a flawed wine?

1. The presence of tartrates, or sugar-like crystals at the bottom of a glass, also called “wine diamonds” 

2. Hazy or cloudiness in the glass of a white wine 

3. A strong presence of ” brettanomyces” or “brett” as you might sometimes hear it referred to for short 

4. None of the above 

For a hint go to…

Ask The Wine Ladies – Is the sediment at the bottom of the bottle all right to drink?

Join The Wine Ladies on this wonderful

RHINE RIVER CRUISE FOR WINE LOVERS

Uncork local traditions, savour intense flavours and enjoy palate-pleasing adventures during AmaWaterways Wine-Cruise.

November 2018

Click here for more information.

10 replies
  1. Susanne Seelig-Mense
    Susanne Seelig-Mense says:

    Hi all. Just put your answer to the question here. We’ll pick someone from the correct answers. Good Luck!!!

    Reply
  2. Angela
    Angela says:

    . 1 . The presence of tartrates, or sugar-like crystals at the bottom of a glass, also called “wine diamonds”

    Reply
  3. JT Greeno
    JT Greeno says:

    1. The presence of tartrates, or sugar-like crystals at the bottom of a glass, also called “wine diamonds” is NOT a flaw.

    Reply
  4. roz rubinoff
    roz rubinoff says:

    #1. The presence of tartrates or sugar-like crystals at the bottom of a glass, also called ‘wine diamonds’ is Not a flaw

    Reply
  5. Lori P
    Lori P says:

    1. re: “wine diamonds”, sometimes avoided entirely for aesthetic reasons by ‘Cold Stabilization’ prior to bottling.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.