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SAMTROT Raspberry, cherry, hazelnut, pomegranate, tarragon, sage, clove, nutmeg
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Pinot gris or Grauburgunder (white) | Aromas of banana, melon, apricot, hazelnut, honey, caramel | Burgundy, France
AUXEROIS Apple, white flowers, peach, apricot, lemon, pear, almond, white pepper, nettle
GOLDBURGER Orange, lemon, apricot, floral, sage, clove, bay leaf, cardamom, rosemary
Muscat Ottonel (white) | Aromas of apple, pear, grapefruit peel, kumquat, orange peel, mandarin, almond, peach, passion fruit, quince, white rose, lemongrass, pistachio, brittle | France
RIESLANER Peach, apricot, currant (red), passion fruit, citrus fruits, grapefruit, rhubarb, hay
TAUBERSCHWARZ Blackberry, elderberry, bilberry, bitter almond, red fruit jelly, Tamarillo
Merlot (red) | Aromas of red currant, cherry, blueberry, raspberry, cedar, mint, grass, vanilla | Bordeaux region of France
Malbec (red) | Aromas of blackberry, plum, bay laurel, juniper, dark chocolate, tobacco, green grass, carnations | France
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