Higher alcohol levels in wine

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1. The "standard" of alcoholic beverage equivalents (one 12oz beer = one 5oz glass of wine = one 'shot' of vodka) is based on the wine being what percent alcohol?
2. I generally check the label to find the alcohol percentage of a wine before I purchase it, True or False?
3. It has been claimed that over the last 20 years, alcohol levels have been on the rise in some wine regions
Strongly disagreeDisagreeAgreeStrongly agree
Alcohol is on the rise
4. Wines with higher alcohol levels tend to receive
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5. Higher alcohol in wine is usually the result of:
6. In general, higher alcohol wines are meant to:
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7. A wine is considered to be "high alcohol" if it is over:
8. Please rate the following qualities of your ideal red wine
I'll pass on thatOK, if someone else is buyingI like on occassionMust have
Rich & Full bodied
Refreshing (mouthwatering acidity)
Mouth Drying (tannic)
Fruity
Intoxicating
Jammy
9. If you are dining out and know you have to drive home, do you consider the alcoholic strength of the wine you purchase?
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