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