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Trollinger
Trollinger (or Schiava and Vernatsch) is a red German/Italian wine grape variety that was likely first originally cultivated in the wine regions of South Tyrol and Trentino, but today is almost exclusively cultivated on steep, sunny locations in the Württemberg wine region of Baden-Württemberg. It was introduced into Germany by the Romans by the mid 1600's, it was found in the Hessische Bergstrasse, Pfalz, and Württembergregions. Today, it is planted almost exclusively in Württemberg, covering 6,135 acres (2,483 hectares).

It is alternatively known as Black Hamburg by many growers and consumers of table grapes.

Trollinger has moderate acidity and tends to produce light bodied wines with fruity strawberry and subtle smokey notes, light-bodied, simple wines with fresh acidity. Trollinger is used to make pale red wines with low alcohol and tannin levels.
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