The red variety (also Freiburg 71-119-39) is a new breed between Pinot Gris x Teinturier ( Teinturier du Cher ). This has also been done according to in 2012 DNA analysis approved. The crossing took place in 1938 by Dr. med. John carpenter (1907-1998) at the State Wine Institute Freiburg in Baden-Wurttemberg. The variety protection was granted in 1971. The variety was crossing partner in the new breeds Dakapo and Piroso, The vine is generally resistant to vine diseases. It produces colorful wines, which is why it is mainly called teinturier (Dye grape) or for Süßreserve used. In Germany occupies 20 hectares of vineyards, of which 13 in the growing area to bathe, There is also a tiny stock in the Switzerland (Statistics Kym Anderson ).
Pictures: Ursula Bruehl, Doris Schneider, Julius Kühn Institute (JKI)