1) In Germany dialect used name (also Buttel) for a bottle
, It is probably a Low German corruption of the English term "bottle". The Low German expression is used in High German occasionally also for bottle (eg at Buddelschiff = ship in a bottle).
2) Since 1971 legally protected bottle form of Affentaler wine cooperative in the German wine-growing region to bathe
to bottling their wines. It resembles a wine vessel used in the Middle Ages (at that time with a wickerwork) for the vespertrunk of the winegrower (similar to a bocksbeutel
). See also below Plutzer