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Vendange tardive

French name (also "Récolte tardive") for wines from late read, fully ripe and possibly already rosinierten Grapes. In France it is exclusive to that Alsace reserved where in the appellations Alsace and Alsace Grand Cru is used. The name is also used in Italy, for example in aosta Valley used. However, the degree of sweetness cannot be derived from this, the range ranges from dry to sweet, In German, this corresponds to the late vintage, See also under Must partially fermenté,

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