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1

Which of the following is a Federal State of Austria?
A. Baden
B. Styria
C. Franken
D. Saale-Unstrut

B. Styria

2

Which of the following would not be a part of the Austrian Prädikatswein level?
A. Ausbruch
B. Strohwein
C. Kabinett
D. Spatlese

C. Kabinett

3

For the highest quality wines, an Austrian grape growing region may be classified as:
A. AOC
B. DOC
C. DAC
D. DEC

C. DAC

4

Majority of Austria’s wine regions are located in the:
A. East side of the country
B. South end of the country
C. West side of the country
D. Southwest part of the country

A. East side of the country

5

As Oechsle scale is used in Germany, ______ is used in Austria.
A. Ausbruch
B. Baume
C. KMW
D. Brix

C. KMW

6

Which of the following is a white grape?
a. Blaufrankisch
b. Kadarka
c. Furmint
d. Zweigelt

C. Furmint

7

More than one third of Austria’s total wine grape acreage is planted to:
A. St. Laurent
B. Grauburgunder
C. Müller-Thurgau
D. Grüner Veltliner

D. Grüner Veltliner

8

Which of the following Tokaji wines would be the lowest in alcohol?
A. Tokaji 3 puttonyos
B. Tokaji 4 puttonyos
C. Tokaji 5 puttonyos
D. Tokaji Essencia

D. Tokaji Essencia

9

Müller-Thurgau is a:
A. Cross
B. Hybrid
C. High in acid
D. B and C

A. Cross

10

Which of the following regions is most known for botrytis affected sweet wines?
A. Wachau
B. Kremstal
C. Traisental
D. Neusiedlersee

D. Neusiedlersee