Category:Blauer Portugieser (cépage)

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Deutsch: Der Blaue Portugieser ist eine alte, rote Rebsorte im Donaubereich und ganz Südosteuropa weitverbreitete Traube mit deshalb zahlreichen Synonymen.
English: Blauer Portugieser is a red Austrian and German wine grape found primarily in the Rheinhessen, Pfalz and wine regions of Lower Austria. It is also one of the permitted grapes in the Hungarian wine Egri Bikavér (Bull's blood). In Germany, the cultivated area covered or 4.5% of the total vineyard area in 2007. Wine cellars usually vinify a simple light red wine, which is characterized by a fresh, tart and light body. It is also frequently vinified as a rosé. Blauer Portugieser is also very well suited as table grapes, however it is not sold as such because the selling of wine grapes as table grapes is not permitted in the European Union. Since 2000, higher quality wines have been vinified from Portugieser grapes. The use of oak provides additional aromas in order to compete with Bordeaux varieties.
Français : Le portugais bleu est un cépage de cuve de raisins noirs.
<nowiki>Blauer portugieser; ポルトギーザー; Portugais bleu; Portugizac; Kékoportó; Blauer Portugieser; Blauer Portugieser; Португизер; Португалско синьо; Blauer Portugieser; Modrý Portugal; Blauer Portugieser; Portugieser; Blauer Portugieser; Modra portugalka; Varietal; ブドウ品種; cépage; Rotweinsorte; varietal; szőlőfajta; vitigno; druivenras; Блауэр Португизер; ブラウアー・ポルトギーザー</nowiki>
Blauer Portugieser 
Blauer Portugieser in Weinsberg, Germany
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