In Germany common name for a Wine from pale to light red color of any particular production area produced by blending white and red grapes or their mashes (but not their must or wine). It is therefore mutatis mutandis to one mixed sentence, The name Rose However, it is not allowed under EU law because only red wines are allowed. The term may also be used for sparkling wine. Perlwein or sparkling wine with added carbonic acid used when these products are made only from wine which may be called "Rotling". Known rotlings are the Badish rose gold (Baden), the Squint (Saxony) and the Schillerwein (Württemberg).
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