In the Switzerland common name (also sweet print, French Pressé doux) for a bright red gekelterten rosé wine, This is before or after a relatively short (a few hours), not yet finished maceration pressed and the must separated from the shells. The term "sweet" refers only to the still sweet must after pressing, because the wine is dry-aged. He corresponds to that Gleichgepreßten (Austria), the Kretzer (South Tyrol), the Vin gris (France) and the Weißherbst (Germany).
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