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Name 2 white grapes of Austria.
Gruner Veltliner
Riesling
Sauvignon Blanc
Weissburgunder (Pinot Blanc)
Grauburgunder (Pinot Gris)
Scheurebe
Chardonnay
Muller-Thurgau
Name 2 red grapes of Austria.
Zweigelt
Blaufrankisch (Lemberger)
St. Laurent
Blauburgunder (Pinot Noir)
Blauer Portugieser
Cabernet Sauvignon
Name 2 regions of Austria.
Most Important regions:
Wachau
Kremstal

Other regions:
Kamptal
Traisental
Donauland
Thermenregion
Neuisedlersee-Hugelland
Wien
Wienviertel
Carnuntum
Weinbaugebiet Neusiedlersee
Mittelbugenland
Sudburgenland
Define Ausbruch.
A sweet botrytis wine that has a sugar level between Beerenauslese and Eiswein.
Describe the style of Eger & name 2 grapes.
A Dark red wine from Hungary

Grapes:
Kadarka
Kekfrankos
Cabernet Franc
Cabernet Sauvignon
Kekoporto
Merlot
Name 2 grapes of Tokaji.
Furmint
Harslevlu
Muskatoly (Muscat Ottonel)
Oremus
Define Puttonyos.
A 30 Liter Barrel/Scoop.

Defines sweetness of a Tokaji based on the number of Puttonyos added to the dry must to create the sweet wine. This ranges from 3 Puttonyos to 6 Puttonyos.
Define Aszu Eszencia.
Means Essence and is the Sweetest style of Tokaji you can have.
Define anbaugebiete and name 4 of them.
Regions of Germany.

Mosel-Saar-Ruwer
Rheingau
Rheinhessen
Pfalz
Ahr Valley
Nahe
Franken
Mittelrhein
Baden
Wurttemberg
Hessische Bergtrasse
Saal-Unstrut
Sachsen
State the 4 quality levels of German wine.
Tafelwein - Table Wine
Landwein - Regional Wine
QbA - Qualitatswein bestimmter Anbaugebiete
QmP - Qualitatswein mit Pradikat
State the 6 Pradikat levels for QmP wines from driest to sweetest.
Kabinett
Spatlese
Auslese
Beerenauslese (BA)
Eiswein
Trockenbeerenauslese (TBA)
Define Erstes Gewachs.
1st Growth
Define Halbtrocken and Trocken.
Half Dry and Dry
Define Sekt.
Sparkling Wine
Define Suss Reserve.
Sterilized grape juice used to sweeten wines
State why wine can be made at 51deg latitude & how they differ from Alsace.
Due to rivers and planting on South Facing slopes to maximize sunlight. They are generally sweeter and less alcoholic than wines from Alsace.
State the grape that Spätburgunder is a synonym for
Pinot Noir
State the grape that Weissburgunder is a synonym for
Pinot Blanc
State the grape that Grauburgunder is a synonym for
Pinot Gris
Define Müller-Thurgau
A Riesling X Chasselas Cross
Define Liebfraumilch and state where it is commonly found.
(Means Milk of our Lady) Cheap fruity blended wines from Rheinhessen and Pfalz
Define Bocksbeutel and state where it is commonly found.
A Pear/Flask shaped bottel used in the Franken region of Germany.
Define edelfaule.
Noble Rot or Botrytis
Name any 1 anbaugebiete that is important for red wines.
Rheingau
Ahr Valley
Baden
Wurttemberg