The red variety is an early ripening descendant of Blaufränkisch (Lemberger), in the 1970s at the Amalienhof winery in Heilbronn in the German wine-growing region Wuerttemberg discovered and subsequently selected by Gerhard Strecker (1929-2016). In 1976, around 200,000 seeds were sown rape Catalyst residue. In a two-year selection, 200 vines were selected and two of them were selected that had a strong muscat tone. The first trial plantings took place in 1983, the first wine was made from it in 1991. Initially, the Muscat-Lemberger variety was named, but a new name was sought to avoid any litigation. The Amalienhof winery changed the application variety protection under the new name "Blue Amavitis". However, this was not accepted by the Bundessortenamt, the variety was then officially approved in 2003 under the name "Wildmuskat". The vine produces purple red wines with one nutmeg and give way tannins, No holdings were reported in 2010 (Kym Anderson ).
Images: Ursula Brühl, Doris Schneider, Julius Kühn Institute (JKI)