Wine type in the DOC areas Teroldego Rotaliano (here also Rosato) and Trentino (here also Lagrein) in the Italian wine growing area Trentino, In South Tyrol this is a general term (also Krätzer) for a bright one Rose, The freshly pressed must is kneaded (strained) by a braided silk basket called scabies or crusts and thus separated from the mash. This method was widely used until the 17th century. The city doctor Hippolytus Guarinoni (1571-1654) from Tyrol railed against the proceedings. The low-tannic wine is also called Höpfwein. This is roughly equivalent to Gleichgepreßten (Austria), the Süßdruck (Switzerland) and the Weißherbst (Germany) and the Vin gris (France).