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Badisch Rotgold

Designation for a Rotling of at least quality grade Quality Wine from the German growing region of Baden. It may also be used for a quality sparkling wine or quality semi-sparkling wine if these products have only been produced from wine with the designation "Badisch Rotgold". The wine must be produced from a grape or mash blend of the two varieties Ruländer (Pinot Gris) and Blauer Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) that has been brought together before fermentation. According to EU law, however, the designation Rosé (for which only red grapes are permitted) is not permitted.

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