When I was studying for the WSET 3, it helped me to remember that the albariza soils of Sherry form a crust that locks in moisture below the surface, just like flor forms a barrier between Sherry and the air inside a cask.
What are tricks or contextual clues that have helped you remember wine facts?
I wrote a post a while back on techniques that I've used to help remember wine facts:
Although for context, I love to think about how whenever the British made a political transition, it rocked the beverage world.
And so on ... those thirsty, thirsty brits