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Gewürztraminer

The white grape variety is by far the most common variety of Traminer (see there for information on the Traminer family), which is referred to in many sources as Savagnin Blanc (or Savagnin for short). The numerous synonyms are partly also used for other varieties such as Savagnin Rose and for Traminer in general. Therefore, one cannot infer the "correct" variety without any doubt from the name/synonym. The most important ones grouped alphabetically by country are Savagnin Rose Aromatique (Australia); Mala Dinka (Bulgaria); Clevner, Dreipfennigholz, Klevner, Rother Muskattraminer, Roter Traminer, Traminer Rot (Germany); Bon Blanc, Duret Rouge, Gentil Aromatique, Gentil Rose Aromatique, Formentin Rouge, Fromenteau Rouge, Rousselet, Traminer Aromatique, Traminer Parfumé(France); Traminer Aromatico (Italy); Traminac Crveni, Traminac Diseci, Traminac Mirisavi, Traminac Mirisavi Crveni, Traminac Sivi (Croatia); Christkindlestraube, Christkindltraube, Fleischrot, Fleischroth, Fleischvainer, Fleischweiner, Kleiner Traminer, Rosentraminer, Roter Traminer (Austria); Rusa, Traminer Roz (Romania); Tramín Červený(Slovakia); Heidarot (Switzerland); Diseci Traminec (Slovenia); Tramín Červený Czech Republic); Traminer Musqué, Traminer Rose (Moldova, Ukraine); Tramini Piros, Fűszeres Tramini, Piros Tramini (Hungary).

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