For decades it was believed that the red grape variety came from a cross between a Vitis riparia wild vine x Taylor arose. The name (also Ripadella, Ripertella, Ripotella) is the result of a neglect of the two (supposed) parent variety names. Under this name, the vine is / was one of the approved varieties for the Burgenland wine specialty Uhudler (Austria). At a 2016 at the institute Geisenheim conducted DNA analysis turned out to be identical to the variety Concord is. The wine pressed from it with Foxton Incidentally, has always been described as similar to that of the Concord.