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 in the finished product have a share of wine products in the finished product of at least 15% up to a maximum of 50%. The name wine-based drink whereas, on the other hand, products containing at least 50% of finished products in the finished product
Mixed wine drinks may be marketed under this name only if: 1. Only raw materials have been used as raw materials. 2. One fermentation 3. the raw materials have been added only to non-alcoholic beverages; and 4. only oenological practices and treatments have been used and substances (excluding flavors ), within the meaning of the legislation of the EU For the production of flavored Be provided drinks.
In the following a list of different alcoholic mixed drinks, which have a certain proportion of viticulture products with different recipe. Some of these are country-specific products and do not comply with the wine law terms mixed wine drink or wine drink: