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Certified Sommelier Exam

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1. Pinot Noir's Role in Champagne

2. Left Bank Grapes

3. Beaujolais Cru ACs

4. Zinfandel

5. GI Quality Categories

6. AVA

7. Colheita

8. Single Quinta Port

9. Loire Valley Primary Red Varietals

10. Niederosterreich

11. Sherry Grape Varietals

12. Palo Cortado

13. North Coast Super AVAs

14. Southern Rhone Appellations

15. Languedoc -Roussillon Primary Red Varietals

16. Colheita Madeiras

17. Pinot Grigio (Italy)

18. Nelso

19. Red Port Varietals

20. Napa County AVAs

21. Alsace

22. Soils in St. Joseph and Crozes Hermitage

23. Produces more sparkling wine than any other country

24. Northwest Spain: Notable Regions

25. Tawny Port

26. Gamay (Beaujolais)

27. Chateauneuf -de -Pape

28. Australia

29. Australian Wine Producing States

30. Cabernet Sauvignon

31. Cotes -du -Rhone Villages

32. Schist

33. Friuli Venezia Giulia

34. Portugal Red Varietals

35. 2009 or 2008 in Cotes -du -Rhone?

36. Pouilly Fume

37. Chianti Sub -Zones

38. Ahr Valley

39. Right Bank Communes (Bordeaux)

40. Estufagem

41. Brunello di Montalcino Aging

42. Southern Rhone Climate and Vineyards

43. Priorat DOCa

44. QmP Pradikate Levels (Dry to Sweet)

45. Vintage Solera Madeira

46. Almacenistas

47. Santa Barbera County

48. Monterey County

49. Chateauneuf -de -Pape Soils

50. Northern Rhone Climate