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In the Switzerland (especially Grisons) common name for a reddish colored wine, which is pressed from pressed before pressing red and white grapes (ie no blend of musts or wines). The name Rose but is not allowed because only red wine grapes are allowed. The name is derived from the salmon red "iridescent" color of the wines. Similar wines are in Germany Badish rose gold (To bathe), Squint (Saxony), Schillerwein (Württemberg) and Rotling,

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