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Turks wine

Popular name for a wine from the year 1529 Wien (Austria). The name is derived from the (unsuccessful) first major siege of the capital of the Habsburg Empire by the Turks this year. The vintage wines were extreme angry and for this reason almost inedible and after the radical reformation Christian movement was also contemptuously called "Anabaptist". Another extremely acidic wine from Wien born in 1443, was called Reif biter designated. See other names for such or similar wines below sour wine,

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