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Dalkauer

The white grape (also bag vine) may come from the chewing bush. It was built in 1945 by the owner of the winery Görz in Bad Kreuznach ( Rheinland-Pfalz ) allegedly from the causeway Germany introduced. It spread under the name Beutelrebe on a small scale at the Nahe. The variety was then selected by the breeder Georg Dalkowsky and approved in 1982 under its current name. For a long time, the parenting was controversial, including Riesling x Green Valtellina or mutation of the Riesling. According to done in 2012 DNA analysis but it is a cross between Madeleine Angevine x Riesling, The late ripening vine is resistant to wintry frost, It produces an acidified, Riesling-like wine. The variety is in Germany in the growing areas Near and Rheinhessen grown. grown. In 2010, however, no stock was reported (Kym Anderson ).

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