Common name in Germany for a lightly pressed rosé wine, You may at quality wine respectively. Quality sparkling wine or Prädikatswein be used. The name has nothing to do with the season, but is derived from the variety name "Arbst" ( Blue work = Mutation Pinot Noir). The wine must be made from a single type of red wine and at least 95% light-pressed grape getting produced. It may be blended with a maximum of 5% red wine or red wine must of the same grape variety in order to improve the color. The most common types are Pinot Noir ( Pinot Noir ) Blue Portuguese and black Riesling ( Pinot Meunier ).
The grape variety used must be specified in connection with white autumn, for example "Pinot Noir white autumn". According to EU wine law, white autumn is a specially produced form of one Rose, White autumn and rosé are not allowed together on label be cited. An additional text "light-pressed red wine" or similar is also not permitted. However, the following is permitted as a supplementary designation: Blanc de noirs ". A white autumn corresponds Pressed DC (Austria), Kretzer (South-Tirol), Süßdruck (Switzerland) and Vin gris (France).
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