The white grape variety is a cross between Sylvaner x Trollinger ( Schiava Grossa ), which was published by in 2007 DNA analysis has been confirmed. Synonyms are buck bag, Bocksbeutelrebe, Bouquet Blanc, Bouquettraube, Boxer, Buket, Bukettraube, Bukettriesling, Englerthrebe, Sylvaner Musque and Würzburger. The variety is not allowed with the new Austrian breed Buketta be confused. The crossing took place in 1864 by the winery owner and wine pioneer Sebastian Englerth (1804-1880) in Randersacker (Franconia). The variety was a cross partner in the new varieties Bouquetsylvaner. early Muscat (Oberlin's nutmeg), Madeleine Angevine Oberlin. striking. Rose Muscat and Scheurebe (Seedling 88).
The medium-maturing, productive vine is susceptible to real ones mildew, It produces acidic white wines with subtle nutmeg, In Germany the variety is hardly represented anymore and does not appear in the statistics. In Randersacker, the home town of Englerth, there is an inventory in the museum vineyard "Altfränkischer Wengert". At the winery Sommerhausen Castle (Franconia), however, an attempt is being made to revive the vine. Small cultivated areas are also said to be in French Alsace give under the name bouquet grape. In 2010 were in South Africa 71 hectares of vineyards are shown under the name Bukettraube (Statistics Kym Anderson ). However, it is not certain whether this is the same vine.
Images: Ursula Brühl, Doris Schneider, Julius Kühn Institute (JKI)