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Ryšák

Term commonly used in the Czech Republic (also Růžák) for a wine made from a blend of grapes or grape must from white wine grapes with reddish berries such as Pinot Gris. Red wine grapes may also be used. This corresponds, mutatis mutandis, to a light red gris de gris or, with regard to the joint use of white and red wine grapes, a rotling. See also under Rosé.

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