This variety has been approved for the production of Austrian Qualitätswein since 2017. It occupies small areas in Burgenland.

Origin

Dalmatia

Parentage

Crossing between Gelber Muskateller with an unknown variety

Vineyard area

8.52 ha; 0.0%

A picture shows grapes of the grape variety Rosenmuskateller
© Austrian Wine / Oberleithner

Important ampelographic features

Leaf

long, pentagonal, with three to five lobes, undulated profile

Grape cluster

medium to long, loose to medium density, cone-shaped, no secondary clusters; berries have dark red to bluish black skins

Ripening

Ripening

very early
early
early to middle
middle
middle to late
late
very late

Significance & conditions

Requires very well-situated vineyards and meagre soils. It is prone to coulure, resulting in low, irregular yields.

Area under vine in Austria
(as a proportion of the variety’s total area)

Click on the wine origin in the list for a breakdown into more specific regions of origin.

Total area in Austria:

A picture shows a person holding a glass of red wine.
© Austrian Wine / Blickwerk Fotografie

Characteristics of the wine

Extremely ripe, shrivelled berries enable the production of first-class sweet wines

Source varietal specifications: Höhere Bundeslehranstalt und Bundesamt für Wein- und Obstbau (Federal College and Federal Office for Viticulture, Oenology and Fruit Growing) in Klosterneuburg, “Austria’s Qualitätswein grape varieties and their clones“ („Österreichische Qualitätsweinrebsorten und deren Klone“), 2nd, reviewed edition, September 2015

Source area under vine: Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Regions and Tourism according to IACS (as at 31 May 2022)

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