The red grape variety (breeding number We 69-633-14F) is a new breed between Blauer Limberger ( Blaufränkisch ) x ruby grape ( Complexion of Cher ) as published in 2012 DNA analysis, The Trollinger listed as the mother variety in the breeding list ( Schiava Grossa ) turned out to be wrong. The crossing took place in 1969 by the breeders Helmut Schleip and Bernd HE Hill at the Weinbauinstitut vineyard (Württemberg). The variety protection was granted in 2002. By the way, the new breed is also with the same parents Cabernet Mitos emerged. The early ripening vine is resistant to frost but vulnerable to both mildews, It produces dark-colored red wines and is mainly in cuvées as teinturier (Color enhancer) well suited. In Germany in 2009 she occupied eight hectares of vineyards (Baden, Palatinate, Rheinhessen).