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… The most extensive red grape cultivation is in the two largest growing regions of Rheinhessen and Pfalz. Another recent trend is the shift towards white and red Burgundy varieties and the renaissance of…
… Portugieser and Spätburgunder that was bred at the Institute for Vine Breeding in Siebeldingen in the Pfalz. read moreRed Grapes Around a third of the German vineyard area is planted with red grape varieties.…
… why it is also commonly known as "roter" or "gelber" Traminer. read moreBacchus Bred in the Pfalz and named after the Latin term for Dionysos, "the Greek God of Wine", Bacchus is a crossing…
… Valley where it accounts for over 65% vineyard area. Smaller but well known plantings are also in Pfalz, Rheingau and other regions.
… after Spätburgunder (11,800 ha in 2019), among red wine grapes grown in Germany. In the Pfalz and Rheinhessen most of Germany's Dornfelder grapes are cultivated.Dornfelder
… is vinified as Weißherbst (rosé), yet even the red wines are fairly pale in colour. While in the Pfalz most of Germany's Portugieser vines are cultivated, there is a considerable amount of this…
… Portugieser and Spätburgunder that was bred at the Institute for Vine Breeding in Siebeldingen in the Pfalz. Like the Portugieser, it is a fairly fruitful variety and does not require a particular type of…
… worldwide. In Germany, total plantings amount to 424 ha (2019), approx. half of which are in the Pfalz, with a further 106 ha in Rheinhessen. It is also grown in small quantities e.g. in Baden and on the…
… its peak in 1990 (7,5%). In 2018, only 2,4% of all vineyards are planted with Kerner, mostly in the Pfalz, Rheinhessen, Württemberg and the Mosel. It ripens later than Müller-Thurgau but earlier than…
… around the same time as Weißburgunder. It is more prominent in Baden, Rheinhessen and the Pfalz and currently represents 6.5% of Germany's total vineyard area.