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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.

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