31 Days of Trivia Giveaways!

31 Days of Trivia Giveaways!

Plonk Wine Giveaway

For the Plonk Wine 31 Days of Giveaways, you can win based on a daily trivia question. Each day throughout the month of August, we’ll ask a wine-related trivia question on our Facebook page. Everyone who answers will get a chance to win a chic wine bottle stopper!

By entering you agree to the official rules:

OFFICIAL RULES:

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. You must be 18 or older. US residents only. This sweepstakes is not associated with Facebook or Twitter in any way. Winners will be chosen at random and will have 7 days to claim the prize. After 7 days with no response a new winner will be chosen. Each daily prize is a grape wine stopper). Each daily prize will end at time specified in the respective Facebook status update. Sweepstakes promotional period starts 8/1/12 and ends 8/31/12 at 8 pm PST.

RELEASE

All winners release Plonk Wine Merchants, the prize manufacturers, and each of their parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, officers, directors, agents, and employees from any responsibility or liability in connection with any loss, accident, or death incurred in connection with the use of the prizes won in the Contest. All winners hereby consent to the use of his or her name and/or likeness by Plonk Wine Merchants for advertising purposes without additional compensation unless prohibited by law.

TAX CONSEQUENCES

Federal, state and/or local taxes are the responsibility of any winner. The determination of liability for any federal, state and/or local taxes that may arise out of the entrant’s participation in the Contest (including the entrant’s receipt of any prizes), and the payment of any such tax liability, shall be the sole responsibility of the entrant. However, should federal, state and/or local law impose any tax reporting or filing obligations on Plonk Wine Merchants arising out of the entrant’s participation in the Contest (including the entrant’s receipt of any prizes), the entrant agrees to timely provide Plonk Wine Merchants with any information that is reasonably necessary for Plonk Wine Merchants to comply with any such reporting or filing obligations. In addition, should federal, state or local law impose any tax withholding obligation on Plonk Wine Merchants with respect to entrant’s receipt of any prizes, the entrant agrees to such withholding and shall timely provide any information to Plonk Wine Merchants as may be required for Plonk Wine Merchants to accomplish such withholding.

GENERAL

Plonk Wine Merchants shall be deemed sole interpreter of the Official Rules. By participating, entrants acknowledge and agree to be bound by these Official Rules and that the decisions of Plonk Wine Merchants are final. Plonk Wine Merchants reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to cancel, terminate or suspend the Contest should viruses, bugs, non-authorized human intervention or other causes beyond its control corrupt or affect the administration, security, fairness or proper play of the Contest.

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Comments

  1. Heather burke says:

    Tannin

  2. amber says:

    by letting the skins soak in the juice until the red color bleeds out.

  3. Anthocyanins from the red grape skins extracted during the maceration and fermentation process.

  4. Kim Barney says:

    For a very pale rosé, red grapes may be pressed directly – a bit of a squash and some colour comes away from the skin (vin gris). More usually skin and juice is macerated from a few to several hours, after which the coloured juice is drained off (bleeding/saignage) to continue its fermentation as for a white wine (i.e. without skins). Judging the desired colour of the finished wine before it has fermented is a skilled and complex job.

  5. michelle morris says:

    To obtain a colored pink wine the grapes are put in the fermentation tank after having been crushed. The juice quickly enriches itself in alcohol with the temperature going up (in the tank).

    At the contact of the solid element the color quickly diffuses. The winemaker chooses the intensity of the color by controlling a sample every hour. When he is satisfied he devattes.

    The wine is evacuated in another tank to finish fermenting. The must left in the original tank is evacuated and not used for rosé any more.

  6. Trisha Brown says:

    North Carolina

  7. Edie Thompson says:

    The volume of a standard-sized wine bottle is 730ml.

  8. Donna Yost says:

    Grenache remains the world’s most widely-planted red wine variety

    Spainish grape Airen form La Mancha is the most white wine variety

  9. love to have a glass of wine after a day of hard work.

  10. love a glass of wine after a hard day at work.

  11. Kristie Beckham Gray says:

    2.4… <3

  12. Deanna Beilstein Middendorf says:

    177 feet, 9 inches
    question 16

  13. Edie Thompson says:

    Dom Perignon, is credited with discovering the cork as a means to seal wine.

  14. Kristie Beckham Gray says:

    650 million gallons a year!

  15. curtis pudgett says:

    at 20 years vines make an intense wine

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