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 Auxerrois

Auxerrois

Glossary term

Auxerrois

The white grape originated in France. In Germany, they probably first appeared in 1800, where they came from Alsace to the Badische mountain road. There, she is still under the name "Kurzstieliger Champagne" and "Little Heunisch" in the mixed Rebsätzen the historic vineyards spread. In Ungstein (Palatinate), it was the beginning of the 19th Century, grown along with Pinot Blanc. About a hundred years later it seems to Lorraine again to have been brought to Germany. Synonyms are Aucerot, Auxerrois de Laquenexy (Viticulture Institute at Laquenexy it was investigated), Auxera, Auxois Auzerrois Blanc, Blanc de Kienzheim, Ericey de la Montee, Okseroa, Pinot Auxerrois, Riesling Jaune de la Moselle, and Schimber Trappler.

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