Flashcards in Chapter 13-15-Table 1 Deck (50)
Most widely planted white grape in Germany
Second most widely planted white grape in Germany
Most widely planted red grape in Germany
Spatburgunder (Pinot Noir)
German name for Pinot Gris
German name for Pinot Blanc
Term used for basic "table wine" made from 100% German grapes
Geschutzte Geographische Angabe: Term used for the PGI category formerly known as "Landwein"
Two categories of wine that are collectively classified as "gU"
QbA (Qualitatswein) and Pradikatswein
The lowest (least-ripe) level of the German Pradikat
Level of the German Pradikat that translates to "late harvest"
Level of the German Pradikat that translates to "selected harvest"
Level of the German Pradikat that translates to "selected berries"
Level of the German Pradikat that translates to "selected dried berries"
Levels of the German Pradikat, in order from lowest possible ripeness to highest
Kabinett - SpatleseAuslese - Beerenauslese & EisweinTrockenbeerenauslese
Scale used in Germany to determine grape ripeness (density)
Germany has 13 of these recognized wine regions
Germany has ~40 of these "regional" or "district"-style appellations
Germany has ~163 of these appellations, which are basically geography-based groupings of vineyards
Germany has more than 2,700 of these appellations, which come close to being "single vineyard" appellations
The Verband Deutscher Pradikatsweinguter (Association of German Pradikat Wine Estates)
VDP term for the highest-level vineyards of a recognized estate
VDP Grosse Lage
A type of German rose'
Term used for German sparkling wine
Sekt or Schaumwein
German wine region located just across the Rhine River from Alsace
Two wine regions located in the former East Germany
Sachen and Saale Unstrut
Leading grape variety of Austria
Name often used in Austria for Chardonnay
Most widely planted red grape in Austria
Austrian measure for must weight
KMW (Klosterneuburger Mostwaage)