Welcome to the Weekly Wine Quiz, holiday shoppers!
As always, I supply the quiz question but not the answer – not right away, anyway. YOU provide your best guess as to the correct answer in the comments section. Then, you can tune in later today when I will reveal the official correct answer (usually along with some other interesting related trivia tidbits) in the comments, to see if you’ve achieved bragging rights about your wine smarties over your friends. Since the weather outside is getting mildly frightful (at least where I live), this week we’ll enter the frosty world of ice wine…
Ice Ice Baby: It’s known that ice wines were produced in Franconia, Germany in the late 1700s. But evidence suggests that ice wines might have been made as far back as what time-frame?
- A. 1st Century AD
- B. 3rd Century AD
- C. 9th Century AD
- D. The 1100s
Cheers – and good luck!