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wine-based drinks

Austrian wine law designation for products produced using wine-growing products (low-alcohol or de-alcoholized wine. Wine. sparkling wine. Perlwein. Fortified ) and possibly with the addition of carbon dioxide and that the finished product has a share of at least 50% of finished wine products in the finished product. The term for wine-based drinks is an existing alcohol content of at least 7% vol "wine-based beverage" and less than 7% vol. "wine-based cocktail ". Instead of "wine-based drink" can also be the name injected, G'spritzter or splashes are used.

Wine-based drinks or cocktails may be marketed under this name only if 1. only raw materials were used as raw materials, 2. a fermentation of wine-based drink did not take place, 3. raw materials only sugar. grape. concentrated grape must. grape juice and concentrated grape juice as well water ( Mineral water or drinking water), provided that this additive does not alter the characteristics of the drink, and 4. only uses such oenological practices and treatments and substances (excluding flavors ), within the meaning of the legislation of the EU For the production of flavored drinks are provided.

The name Wine mixed drink shall apply to products containing at least 15% and not more than 50% of finished products in the finished product. See also below special wines,

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