The red variety (breed no. WE S 351) is a new breed between Blauer Limberger ( Blaufränkisch ) x black bling ( Elbling ), which released through 2012 DNA analysis was confirmed. The crossing took place in 1955 through August herald (1902-1973) at the State Research Institute vineyard in Württemberg. The name derives from the birthplace of Neckarsulm the breeder. The variety protection was granted in 1985. The deep red, racy wine is similar to the Limberger ( Blaufränkisch ). The late ripening and very colorful variety is also excellent as a coloring teinturier (Dyeing grape) suitable. In 2009, no inventory was recorded for Germany; it is currently no longer being propagated for the construction of viticulture pilot plants.