The red grapes (also We 70-77-4 F) is a new variety from Blauer Limberger (Lemberger) x Cabernet Sauvignon (clone Levadoux). The crossing took place in 1970 at the National Training and Research Institute for Viticulture and Horticulture in Vineyard (Württemberg). The approval and Plant Variety Protection were issued in 2001. The late-ripening varieties and hardy occupied in 2009 in Germany 320 hectares and rising, there are small populations in Switzerland. It provides full-bodied, tannic and intensely colored red wines that are well suited for a barrel expansion. With its red flesh they can to Teinturier (Dyer grape) are assigned. With the same par...You see a shortened form of description. The full description is reserved for our subscribers.