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 Räuschling

Räuschling

Glossary term

Räuschling

The name of the white grape variety is derived from the robust foliage of the vine from which the wind rustles particularly strong. Synonyms are brown Nuremberg, German grapes, Drutsch, Dünnelbling, Franc grape, Furmentin, Great Franconian, Large Räuschling, Large Traminer, Grünspat, Guay Jaune, Offenburg, Pfäffling, Pfaff grape Ruchelin, Rusch Ling, frilly Ling, Rüssling, silver and white, Thun, Thunerrebe, White Lagrein, Räuschling White, White Welscher, Welsch, Zürirebe, and Zürichrebe Züriwiss. In the herb book by German botanist Hieronymus Hieronymus Bock (1498-1554) it is around 1550 as "Drutsch" or "Drutscht" mentions the name "Reuschling" first appears in 1614 in the "Weingart order" o...
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