known brand wine from the Kosovo (former Serbian province) by the German company Racke was developed and distributed. The alcohol-strong, sweetly developed red wine is mainly made from Pinot Noir vinified. The name recalls the memorable battle of the Serbs against the Turks in June 1389 on the blackbird field. The Serbs and their allies under Prince Lazar Hrebeljanović (1329-1389) were defeated by the Turkish army under their commander Sultan Murad I (1319 or 1326-1389). Neither leader survived this battle. Murad was killed by a Serbian soldier who had entered the Ottoman camp. Lazar was captured and executed.
Until the outbreak of the Balkan war in the early 1990s, the blackbird field was exported in quantities of around 30 million bottles annually, with Germany being one of the largest customers. Due to the economic embargo against Yugoslavia Because of the war there was a production or export stop in the period 1993 to 2000, but since 2001 the Amselfeld wine has been produced again. He will be in a black Bordeaux bottle with a dark red Rosenblüte marketed on the bottle label. A Spanish wine was named during the embargo Amselkeller with something like that label how the blackbird fields produces. Both brands were transferred from Racke to the French company in 2008 Grands Chais de France sold.