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Grape Varieties


Glossary terms

Ehrenfelser (white)

Hybrid white wine grape made in Germany by crossing Riesling and Sylvaner. Advantageous for a better ripening over a wider range of sites, but has low acidity and does not age as well as Riesling.

Elbling (red/white)

Ancient grape, also known as Kleinberger, grown in France, Germany and Luxembourg. Used to make highly acidic but mainly low-strength wine.

Ezerjo (white)

Widely grown in Hungary and also Yugoslavia. It produces full-bodied, refreshing wine of the same name.

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