In the German region WÃ¼rttemberg common name for a Rotling the quality level at least QbA produced by blending of white and red grapes or their mash (but not the must or wine). It thus corresponds to a mixed set (the name Rose would not be permitted). Certain varieties are not required. There are different versions of the significance of the name. Among the most common one, that the name of Marbach in Swabia-born poet laureate Friedrich von Schiller was derived (1759-1805). This may be true but not because it was used centuries before Schiller's lifetime. Most likely it is derived from the dazzling color of the wine. This name must also be for quality sparkling wine. A quality semi-sparkling wine or b. A. are used when they were manufactured only from wine, called must, "Schiller wine" lead. Regarding the production of similar wines Baden rose gold (Baden), and Schieler (Saxony), in color Schilcher (Styria, Austria).