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The white grape variety probably comes from Germany (or Switzerland). The name is derived from the robust foliage, which rushes particularly strongly in the wind. According to another variant, this is a verbalization of "Rußling" (from soot or for "dark wood". There are over 60 synonyms; some of them are Brauner Nürnberger, Divicina, Divojcica, Dretsch, Drutsch, Drutscht, Dünnelbling, Férdant Vert, Frankentraube, Großfränkisch, Gros Räuschling, Großer Räuschling, Großer Traminer, Grünspat, Klöpfer, Luttenberger, Luttenbergerstock, Lyonnaise Blanche, Melon Blanc, Offenburger, Pfäffling, Pfaffentraube, Ruchelin, Ruschling, Rüschling, Silberweiß, Vigne de Zuri, Weißer Räuschling, Weißwelscher, Zürirebe, Zürichrebe and Züriwiss.

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