The first thing to know is that our pass rates for LVL1 classes are 99%. If you pay attention, you will most likely pass. Online classes can be a bit more difficult as you don't have the comradierie of a class nor are you guided through the topics and pairing exercises in a face to face with one of our instructors. If you are a student with WEI you can find timed practice exams with scoring in your student portal.
You will have 45 minutes to answer 30 multiple choice questions, this is plenty of time so take time to ensure you read questions completely.
Again, the Level 1 is an introductory class and is not a prerequisite for taking Level 2.
As grapes ripen
1) Sugar levels fall
2) Acid levels fall
3) Grapes swell with water
4) Flavors are muted
- All of the above
- 1, 2, and 3
- 2 and 3
- 2, 3, and 4
Sancerre is generally
- Unoaked with high acid and flavors of apple
- Dark, full bodied with cherry flavore and high tannins
- Slightly sweet and sparkling
- well oaked with flavors of butter and pineapple
Black grapes make
- Only red wine
- Only white wine
- Red or white wines
- Food taste sweet
Fermentation takes sugar and yeast and creates alcohol and
- Carbon Dioxide
- Buttery flavors
High tannin, medium acid, black pepper and licorice would most often be associated with
- Pinot Noir
What becomes a grape each year?
Sherry is from which country
- All of the above
- None of the above
Which of these is a white wine with high acidity
Umami in food
- Increases the perception of body, sweetness and fruitiness in wine.
- Decreases the perception of bitterness and acid in wine.
- Decreases the perception of body, sweetness and fruitiness in wine.
- Doesn't really exist.
Salt in food
- Decreases perception of bitterness and acidity in wine
- Increases bitterness in wine
- Increases perception of bitterness and acidity in wine
- Decreases perception of sweetness and richness in wine
LVL 2 Wine Sample Questions & Tips
LVL 2 Spirits Sample Questions
LVL 3 Wine Sample Multiple Choice Questions
LVL3 Wine Short Answer
LVL3 Wine Tasting Tips