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The term (from Latin crescentia = growth) can have several meanings. In agriculture or viticulture, he was formerly synonymous with vine. earnings or for the provenance used in crying. Above all, however, this used to be a wine law designation for one genuine Wine. In the production of the allowed grape not (in order to increase alcohol) with sugar enriched have been. In Germany (since the wine law amendment 1971) and Austria However, the name is officially no longer permissible in terms of wine law. Crescent is still colloquially for high quality wines used of noble origin. Crescent is significantly related to the French Cru (Greenhouse) or Grand Cru, See also under this topic 1811er (exceptional vintage), Auctions. Garage wine. vintage. Wine of the century. comet vintages. cult wine. favorite wines and most expensive wines in the world,

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