A term commonly used in Swabia-Württemberg, to be understood positively (also "Bodagfährtle" or "Bodegfährtle") in the context of a wine appeal for the
taste of a wine. This comes from the typical vineyard soil (shell limestone). The "Gfährtle" is derived from "Fährte" = "trace", which the soil has passed on to the vine. In France this would be called Terroir
. However, another interpretation says that this is not always to be understood positively. Because this expression is allegedly also used in the Württemberg experts when one feels a sensory
not exactly definable "peculiar" taste.