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1

Define Einzellagen

Vineyard

2

What is the minimum size for an Einzellagen- are there any exceptions?

5HA, yes doctor-Bernkastel 3HA, Kirchenstuck and Freudstuck in Frost, and Schloss Vollards in Rheingau

3

What are the three Einzellagen under 5HA

Bernkastel Doctor
Kirchenstuck and Freudstuck in Frost
Schloss Vollards

4

Define Ortsteil

Producer name and vineyard name

5

When was the discovery of Spatlese made

1775 from Schloss Johannisberg

6

Define Edelfaule

Noble Rot

7

Muller Thurgau is a cross of what grapes

1882- Riesling and Madeleine Royale

8

What do you get when you cross Riesling and Madeleine Royale

Muller Thurgau

9

Bacchus is a cross of what grapes

notable for ripening where Riesling can not

10

Scheurebe is a cross of what grapes

Buckettrebe and Riesling,

11

When you cross Buckettrebe and Riesling what is the resulting grape

Scheurebe

12

Define VDP

Verband Deutscher Pradikatsweinguter

13

Define Grauburgunder

Pinot Gris

14

What is Pinot Gris called in Germany

Grauburgunder

15

Define Weissburgunder

Pinot Blanc

16

What is Pinot Blanc called in Germany

Weissburgunder

17

Define Schwarzriesling

Pinot Meunier

18

What is Pinot Meunier called in Germany

Schwarzriesling

19

Define Weissherbst

A saignee rose wine made from a single varietal of at least QbA quality.

20

What is the term for a saignee rose made of a single varietal?

Weissherbst

21

For a wine to declare a varietal on the label in Germany what is the minimum percentage

85%

22

What are the two tiers of German qualitry wine

Qualitatswein and Pradikatswein

23

Define Anbaugebiete

Region- 13 in Germany

24

What is the minimum alcohol of a Pradikatswein

7% (5.5% for BA, TBA, E) and wine makers may not chapitalize

25

Define AP Number

Amtliche Prufungsnummer indicating a wine has been approved by a tasting panel

26

Break down an AP Number

5sets; Region, Commune, bottler code, bottleing number, year when the application was filed

27

Define Deutscher Wein

Tafelwein (used often for sekt)

28

Define Landwein

Must come from one of 26 regions and must be trocken or halbtrocken style

29

When can Sekt be label QbA

When produced from traditional grapes from one of the 13 anbaugebiete

30

What is the Ochsle Range for Kabinett

70-85

31

What is the Ochsle Range for Spatlese

80-95

32

What is the Ochsle Range for Auslese

88-105

33

What is the Ochsle Range for BA

110-128

34

What is the Ochsle Range for TBA

150-154

35

What is the Ochsle Range for Eiswein

110-128

36

Why was the VDP originally founded and what was is called

Verband Deutscher Naturweinversteigerer storve to promote unchaptalized natur wines.

37

Define Charta

Organization formed to advance the class dry style of the Rheingau Riesling. (Three roman arches)

38

Define Erste Lage

Top tier of the VDP quality "First Site" 1 and grape cluster

39

To be considered Erste Lage what requirements must be met

Hand Harvest
50hl/ha
minimum must of spatlese

40

When can a wine be labeled Grosses Gewachs

NEVER- against law- GG only-Meets the requirements of Erste Lage but is trocken (no more than 9g/l of sugar), Can not be released until Sept 1 following harvest (+1 year for red)

41

What are Grosses Gewachs wines called in the Rhinegau

Erstes Gewachs

42

When can a GG wine be released

Whites, Sept 1. Following harvest, Reds an additional year.

43

When can a Erste Lage (labeled by pradikat) wine be released

May 1 following the harvest

44

How many of the 16ha of Saarburger Rausch are Erste Lage

8ha

45

Where would you find the Saarburger Rauch einzellage

Mosel

46

Where would you find the Rudesheimer Berg Roseneck einzellage

Rheingau

47

To be called Grosse Lage, what is the max yeild

50hl/ha

48

To be called Erste Lage, what is the max yeild

60hl/ha

49

To be called Ortswein or Gutswein, what is the max yeild

75hl/ha

50

What is a wine considered when labeled Classic in Germany

Harmoniously dry max sugar 15g/l, single varietal omission of vineyard. Yield 60hl/ha. Hand Harvested min alcohol 12% (11.5% in mosel)

51

What is a wine considered when labeled Selection

Superior dry max suglar 9g/l (12g/l for Riesling) must equal to auslese, hand harvested, sept 1 release following year.

52

How can you tell a reserve Riesling in the mosel

Goldkapsel- usually indicated additional sweetness, richer style Lange Goldkapsel

53

Where does the mosel river originate

Voges Mountains- flowing east into Germany and merges with Rhine

54

What are the six bereiche of the Mosel

Bernkastel
Burg Cochem
Saar
Ruwertal
Obermosel
Moseltor

55

Where would you find the bereiche of Bernkastel?

Mosel

56

Where would you find the bereiche of Burg Cochem?

Mosel

57

Where would you find the bereiche of Saar?

Mosel

58

Where would you find the bereiche of Ruwertal?

Mosel

59

Where would you find the bereiche of Obermosel?

Mosel

60

Where would you find the bereiche of Moseltor?

Mosel

61

In what bereiche would you find Trittenheim?

Bernkastel (Mittelmosel)

62

In what bereiche would you find Piesport?

Bernkastel (Mittelmosel)

63

In what bereiche would you find Brauneberg?

Bernkastel (Mittelmosel)

64

In what bereiche would you find Bernkastel-Kues

Bernkastel (Mittelmosel)

65

In what bereiche would you find Graach-an-der-Mosel

Bernkastel (Mittelmosel)

66

In what bereiche would you find Whelen

Bernkastel (Mittelmosel)

67

In what bereiche would you find Zeltingen

Bernkastel (Mittelmosel)

68

In what bereiche would you find Urzig

Bernkastel (Mittelmosel)

69

In what bereiche would you find Erden

Bernkastel (Mittelmosel)

70

What is the soil type in the mittelmosel?

Dark blue Devonian Slate (red slate in Erben)

71

What is special about the soil in Erben

It is red slate unlike the Devonian blue slate found elsewhere in the bereiche of Bernkastel, mittelmosel

72

What are the important Einzellagen and the Gemeinden in Saar

Wiltingen (Scharzhofberger) and Saarburg (Rausch)

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Where can you find the Einzellagen Scharzhofberger

Saar, Wiltingen

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Where can you find the Einzellagen of Rausch

Saar, Saarburg

75

Where can you find the Gemeinden of Saarburg, what is its most important Einzellagen

Saar, Saarburg

76

Where can you find the Gemeinden of Saarburg, what is its most important Einzellagen

Saar, Wiltingen

77

What is the Dornfelder grape

The second most important and most planted red grape in Germany

78

What category did the 1971 Wine Law create

QbA which allowed chapitalization

79

`What are the two common Grosselagen within the Bernkastel Bereiche

Bradstuble and Michelsberg

80

What is the greatest vineyard in Preisport

Goldtröpfchen

81

Name two producers of the Goldtröpfchen vineyard

Reinhold Haart and Reichsgraff von Kesselstatt

82

Who owns the alleinbesitz Josephshöfer and what town is it in

Reichsgraff von Kesselstatt, Graach

83

What village would you find the vineyards of Prälat and Treppchen, what soil makes them unique

Edner, Red Slate

84

Name one producers of Ürziger Würzgarten

Dr. Loosen

85

What village is the Mönchhof winery located in

Ürzig

86

Where would you find the vineyard of Uhlen

In Winningen, in the Burg Cochiem Berieche

87

What gemeinden houses the vineyards of Abtsberg, Herrenberg, and Bruderberg

Mertesdorf, Ruwer

88

Apotheke can be found in what gemeinden

Trittenhiem, Mosel

89

What are the two most important einzellagen of Bernkastel-Kues

Doctor and Lay

90

Besides Goldtröpfchen what is the other important vineyard in Preisport, mosel

Domherr

91

There are two important einzellagen in Graach an der Mosel, one is a monopole- What are the einzellagen and who owns the monopole

Domprobst and Josephshöfer (monopole of Reichsgraff von Kesselstatt)

92

What are the three gemeinden which have sonnenuhr einzellagen

Brauneberg: juffer sonnenuhr
Wehlen: Sonnenuhr
Zeltingen: Sonnenuhr

93

What river does the village of Assmannshausen sit and what is its most dominate grape

Rhiengau, Spatburgunder

94

August Kessler makes a great single vineyard spatbugrunder, what vineyard and commune does the pinot come from

Höllenberg in Assmannshausen

95

Name three important vineyards in the Rüdesheim

Berg Rottland
Berg Schlossberg
Berg Roseneck

96

Name the three important vineyard of Winkel and what river are they on

Rheingau on the Rhine River
Schloss Vollrads
Jesuitengarten
Hasensprung

97

What village would you find the vineyard of Pfaffenberg and Mannberg

Hattenheim

98

Schloss Schönborn owns a monopole in Hattenheim, what is the vineyard and what river is it on.

Pfaffenberg, Rheingau

99

Besides Pfaffenberg in Hattenheim what is the other major vineyard and who owns the majority of it

Mannberg, Von Simmeran

100

What village would you find monastery of Kloster Eberbach

Hallgarten above Hattenheim

101

What are 11 gemeinden of the Rhiengau

Assmannshausen
Rüdesheim
Geisenheim
Johannisberg
Winkel
Hattenheim
Hallgarten
Erbach
Kiedrich
Eltville
Hochheim am Main

102

What are the two gemeinden of the Saar

Wiltingen
Saarburg

103

What are the two gemeinden of the Ruwer

Eitelsbach
Mertesdorf

104

What are the nine gemeinden of the Mosel

Trittenheim
Piesport
Brauneberg
Bernkastel-Kues
Graach an der Mosel
Wehlen
Zeltingen
Ürzig
Erden

105

What are the five gemeinden of the Rhinehessen

Nackenheim
Nierstein
Oppenheim
Westhofen
Dalsheim

106

What are the five gemeinden of the Nahe and some of the best vineyards

Bad Kreuznach
Bad Münster
Norheim
Niederhausen: Hermannshöhle, Hermannsberg
Oberhausen: Brücke
Schlossböckelheim: Kupfergrube, Felsenberg

107

What are the monopole of Donnhoff

Oberhauser Brücke and Hermannshöhle in Niederhausen

108

What anbaugebieteare the Eifel Mountains located in

Ahr

109

Name the two two exemplary vineyards along the Ruwer

both are monopoles: Maximin Grünhäuser Abtsberg (part of a trio of monopoles owned by the von Schubert-Grünhaus estate) and Eitelsbacher Karthäuserhofberg, owned by Karthäuserhof.

110

What is the most important grape in the southern most area of the mosel

Ebling

111

List the most important Gemeinden and Einzellagen of the mosel

Trittenheim: Apotheke
Piesport: Goldtröpfchen, Domherr
Brauneberg: Juffer, Juffer Sonnenuhr
Bernkastel-Kues: Doctor, Lay
Graach an der Mosel: Domprobst, Josephshöfer (monopole of Reichsgraff von Kesselstatt)
Wehlen: Sonnenuhr
Zeltingen: Sonnenuhr
Ürzig: Würzgarten
Erden: Prälat, Treppchen

112

What is the traditional name for the bottle found in the Rhinegau

Rheingauer Flöte

113

Name the important Einzellagen between Geisenheim and Johannisberg

Schloss Johannisberg

114

Name the important Einzellagen of Hallgarten

Jungfer and Schönhell

115

Name the important Einzellagen of Kiedrich

Gräfenberg

116

Name the important Einzellagen of Eltville

Sonnenberg

117

Name the important Einzellagen of Hochheim

Kirchenstück

118

List the most important Gemeinden and Einzellagen of the Rheingau

Assmannshausen: Höllenberg
Rüdesheim: Berg Roseneck, Berg Rottland, Berg Schlossberg
Geisenheim: Schloss Johannisberg
Johannisberg: Hölle
Winkel: Schloss Vollrads, Jesuitengarten, Hasensprung
Hattenheim: Pfaffenberg (monopole of Schloss Schonborn), Mannberg, Steinberg
Hallgarten: Schönhell, Jungfer
Erbach: Marcobrunn
Kiedrich: Gräfenberg
Eltville: Sonnenberg
Hochheim am Main: Hölle, Kirchenstück

119

List the most important Gemeinden and Einzellagen of the Rheinhessen

Nackenheim: Rothenberg
Nierstein: Hipping, Pettenthal
Oppenheim: Schützenhütte, Sackträger
Westhofen: Morstein, Kirchspiel
Dalsheim: Hubacker

120

Why is Nierstein and Nackenheim important in the Rheinterrasse

It contians Roter Hang which is a slope of red clay and slate spanning 180 ha

121

Who is the prestige producer of the Roter Hang

Gunderloch which owns 3/4 of Rothenberg

122

What are the Vosges Mountain called in Germany

Haardt hills

123

Name some of the villages of the Pfalz

Kallstadt, Ungstein, Bad Dürkheim, Wachenheim, Forst, Deidesheim, and Ruppertsberg

124

What is the most important vineyard of Frost

Grosse Lage Kirchenstück
(highly regarded neighboring sites: Jesuitengarten, Pechstein, and Ungeheuer)

125

Who are the four best producers of the Pfalz

"3 Bs" (Bassermann-Jordan, von Buhl, Bürklin-Wolf) and Müller-Catoir

126

List the important Gemeinden and Einzellagen of Franken

Würzburg: Stein, Leiste
Escherndorf: Lump
Iphofen: Julius Echter Berg
Bürgstadt: Centgrafenberg

127

Define schillerwein

a style of rosé produced by fermenting red and white grapes together, that is common in Württemberg.

128

Where would you find the vineyard of Kupfergrube

Schlossböckelheim

129

Where would you find the vineyard of Schützenhütte

Oppenheim

130

Where would you find the vineyard of Mannberg

Hattenheim

131

Where would you find the vineyard of Lump

Escherndorf

132

Where would you find the vineyard of Pechstein

Forst

133

Where would you find the vineyard of Domherr

Piesport

134

Where would you find the producer Dr. Bürklin-Wolf

Pfalz

135

Where would you find the producer Franz Künstler

Rheingau

136

Where would you find the producer Horst Sauer

Franken