There are many grape varieties with the name component "Kracher", all of them Austria come. The name may be due to the hard-shelled berries that "crack" when consumed. Possibly yellow firecrackers and white firecrackers are related, in VIVC catalog but only for the former is a pedigree of white Heunisch ( Gouais Blanc ) called. Partly identical synonyms of the two varieties are Bela Morshina, Belina Prepisana, Fleugler, Gelber Hainer, Gelber Kracher, Grüner Liposhina, Jauer, Javshovez, Kerhlihkobitz, Kerlihkobitz, Kleiner Plavetz, Libovshina, Mehlweiße, Oheimer, Ramulak, Ramkajak and Weiße Kau Kavka. The two varieties were used as wine presses and table grapes used, but are no longer of commercial importance.
Kracher is also synonymous (at least as part of the name) for some other grape varieties. These are croissants, crackling sweets, firecrackers, noisy goods, noisy lamps and noisy must for Chasselas Croquant ( Chasselas ), Blue Firecracker for Blue Wildbacher as well as green cracker (also small cracker) for Green Kanigl,