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Schiller

In the Switzerland (especially Graubünden) is the common name for a reddish-colored wine made from red and white grapes mixed before pressing (i.e. no blending of musts or wines). The label Rose 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 Badisch rose gold (To bathe), Squint (Saxony), Schillerwein (Württemberg) and Rotling,

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