Wine-legal name in Austria for products made using wine-growing products (low alcohol or dealcoholized wine. Wine. sparkling wine. Perlwein. Fortified ) and possibly with the addition of carbon dioxide were produced and in the finished product have a share of wine products in the finished product of at least 15% to at most 50%. The label wine-based drink on the other hand, this applies to products that have at least 50% of vinicultural products in the finished product. As wine-like drinks are products that are not made from grapes.
Mixed wine beverages may only be placed on the market under this name if 1. only viticultural products were used as raw materials, 2. one fermentation of the mixed wine did not take place, 3. only non-alcoholic beverages were added to the raw materials and 4. only such oenological processes and treatments were used and substances (except flavors ) were added, which are within the meaning of the legislation of the EU For the production of flavored Drinks are provided.
This is followed by a list of various alcoholic mixed drinks that have a certain proportion of viticultural products with different recipes. Some of these are country-specific products and do not correspond to the wine law terms mixed wine drink or wine-containing drink:
Schorle: Von Bundesstefan - Own work, public domain, link
Grog: Image by ferencvc from Pixabay
Sprayer: © AWMB ÖWM
Sangria: By Paul Irish - originally posted to Flickr
as Summer Sangria , CC BY 2.0 , Link