The Italian Wine Quiz – WSET style wine questions to test and quiz your knowledge

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In this video I test your knowledge of Italian wine with ten questions,

The format of the questions are similar to what you could expect in a WSET examination and therefore will be useful if you are studying or if not, JUST FOR FUN!!

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