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Bacchus

The Bacchus grape was first bred in the 1930's. It is a cross between the Riesling, Silvaner, and Müller-Thurgau. The largest vineyards are found in the Pfalz, Rheinhessen, and Franken regions. In total, 5,221 acres (2,113 hectares) or 2.1% of Germany's wine regions are dedicated to the Bacchus grape.

Bacchus wines are light and have a light yellow color. They are fruity with a harmonious tartness and may have hints of nutmeg, currants, or caraway flavors. Bacchus wines are great on their own, for social get-togethers, and also go great with pasta dishes and desserts.
Bacchus Grapes
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