Last time I took the advanced, there were so many questions on RIVERS that I thought I was in a nautical navigation test.
I'm going to name a river, you answer what wine region its in, and ask us another river.
OK, here we go:
Dordogne, France, tributary of the Dordogne River?
Serein is in Chablis.
Argentina-the North Region-Salta
This one is a little tricky: La Touques
Pays d'Auge, Normandy FR
not sure- i think the loire would be to broad for the answer.. but let me know sir.
Patrick - Fiefs Vendeens in the Pays Nantais, it runs through the Mareuil subzone
Struma River Valley, Bulgaria.
The Umia flows through Rias Baixas- Ribeiro do Ulla and Val do Salnes more specifically.
I think maybe we are losing the forest for the trees. I've attached the updated list of rivers for this thread, but maybe we broaden our view?
Can You name the important river basins of France. and which comes from Spain, Italy, and Germany?
If thats not interesting to whomever is next, then -- Pinhau
Bremer and Angus Rivers.
this is no longer true. Chubut in argentina is now officially the furthest south, although they are beginning to experiment even further south than that in Patagonian chile.
Hawks Bay - Ngaruoruro
FYI Okanagan isn't a river. It's a lake. It's massive.