Early Roter Veltliner
Keyword: Early Roter Veltliner
The very old, white grape variety is most likely from Austria. She is from a spontaneous cross between Roter Veltliner x Silvaner created (by the way like the variety Neuburger ). Synonyms are Babotraube, Babovina, Babuv Hrozen, Cerveny Cynifal, Crvena Babovina, Eperiz├╝, Eperpiros, Epersz├Âl├Â, Feldinger, Early Red, Early turbidity Rothe, Early Red, Early Red Malvasia, light Rother Valtellina, Italian Malvasia, Caleb Straube, Kis Veltelini, Korai Piros Veltelini, Malvazinka , Malvazske Rane, Malvasia de Chautagne, Malvoisie Rose, Rose du Malvoisie Po Malvoisie Rouge, Rouge d'Italie Malvoisie, Masovy Hrozen, Morillon Rouge d'Italie, Ostitalienischer Malvasia, Piros malvazija, Printschtraube, Rampfler, Rani Crveni Veltlinac, Rojal, Babotraube Red, Red Hartheunisch, Moravians Red, Red Malvasia, Moscatel Skory Cerveny, Uva Rosa, Velteliner Precoce Rouge, Veltelini Korai Piros, Veltliner Rozovyi Ranii and Veltl├şnsk├ę Cervene Rane.
The synonym Malmsey is to be treated with caution, since under Malvasia Many different varieties are to be understood, and this name in many varieties-names (especially in Italy) occurs. It is secured that the two species Malvoisie Rose du Po and early Roter Veltliner are identical. The attribute "dawn" refers to an early maturity of the bright red berries. The vine is relatively sensitive to winter and spring frost and moisture. The more alcohol-and low-acid wine has a golden yellow color and a subtle bouquet reminiscent of bitter almonds. In mature vintages he is a white burgundy like. This variety is grown primarily in Austria, 2009, she took 424 acres of vineyards, which in the past ten years, a reduction of 50%. Here it is cultivated mainly in Lower Austria, and in small quantities in the Burgenland and Styria. In Germany it is grown on five acres under the name of the past, Red (Malvasia). Furthermore, it is also cultivated in Croatia, Slovenia, South Tyrol and Savoy. She is also a popular Table grape used.