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The red grape variety (also Blauer Willbacher, Wildbacher) comes from Germany, It was grown in 1995 in a vineyard created by the winemaker Richard Boch in 1927 in Heppenheim's Maiberg ( Hessian mountain road ) rediscovered. A total of 13 vines were made by experts Geisenheim taken away and planted in the institute for further research. In cooperation with experts from Klosterneuburg Wine Institute and Graz ( Austria ) was established in 2001 DNA analysis found that there are four types of Wildbacher. The Bergsträßer type is not identical to that in the Styria cultivated variety Blue Wildbacher, After the first results, the Willbacher is probably a variety or identical to the variety Black Elbling, In the Heppenheimer location Steinkopf a small stock of the grape variety was created.

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