Kerner

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Name: 
Kerner
Color: 
 White
Ancientness: 
Foreign (after 1900)
Origin: 
Germany
Viticulture: 
-
Aromatic: 
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An artificial cross of Schiava Grossa and Riesling created in 1929 at the Weinsberg Research Centre in Baden-Württemberg (D), Kerner was named after Dr Justinus Kerner, who wrote drinking songs. Productive and prone to powdery mildew, it has good resistance to cold. In Switzerland, these wines are like a less acidic version of Riesling.

Some wineries that cultivate this grape

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