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The white grape variety originates from Italy and the former Habsburg Empire of Austria-Hungary. There are around 175 synonyms that testify to its great age and formerly widespread distribution. The most important, grouped alphabetically by country, are Valentin, Valentin Rouge, Velteliner Rouge, Velteliner Rose (France); Herera Valtellina, Rossera, Rossola, Valtellina, Veltliner Rosso, Uva di Saint Valentino (Italy); Ranfolica (Croatia); Ariavina, Feldleiner, Feldleiner Rothlichter, Feldliner, Feldlinger, Fleischroter Veltliner, Fleischrother Velteliner, Fleischrother Veltliner, Fleischtraminer, Fleischtraube, Fleischweiner, Große Fleischtraube, Großer Roter Veltliner, Grosser Traminer, Männliche Ariavina, Ranfolina, Riegersburger Rothköpfel, Roter Riesling, Roter Velteliner, Rotmehlweißer, Rotmuskateller, Roter Muskateller, Rotreifler, Todträger Rotreifler, Ziegelroth (Austria); Buzyn, Roter Veltliner Baldig, Veltlínske Červené(Slovakia); Ryvola Cervena, Tarant Cerveny (Czech Republic); Maucnjk, Mavcnik, Mavenick, Mavenik, Nagyburgundi Kék, Nagy Veltelini, Piros Veltelini, Shopotna (Hungary).

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