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The white grape variety (also Geilweilerhof GA-49-22) is a new breed between Bacchus x Villard Seyve 12-375 (Villard Blanc). The name of the bird comes from mythology, who burned himself to emerge rejuvenated from the ashes. The crossing was made â€‹â€‹by Dr. Gerhardt Gerhardt Alleweldt, Erich (1927-2005) on Geilweilerhof Siebeldingen-Palatinate. The medium-early maturing variety has good resistance to frost and very well against fungal diseases. The Plant Variety Protection was granted in 1992, she won in 2009 in Germany for the most part in the growing areas near the Rheinhessen and 48 hectares of vineyards. In small quantities it is also cultivated in England. The yellow-green, acid-stressed wine has a subtle nutmeg. The variety is also very good as a table grape suitable.