A cross of Riesling and another unknown grape (folks used to think Sylvaner, but genetic testing has scratched that idea) developed in 1916. Very susceptible to noble rot, which makes it a prime candidate for the dessert wines. The flavor is similar to Riesling, with notes of vineyard peaches and apricot, as well as lychee, mangos, pears and spice.

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