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Regent

The Regent grape was first bred in 1967 in Germany by the crossing of the white Silvaner grape, the white Müller-Thurgau grape, and the red Chambourcin grape (French). It was released for wine production in 1996. Today, about 5,394 acres (2,183 hectares) or 2% of the German wine regions are covered with Regent vines, primarily in the Pfalz, Rheinhessen, and Baden regions.

Regent wines are deep red in color and are soft yet full of body. Its aroma shows hints of berries, cherries, and currants. Regent wines go well with wurst platters, including salami and cheese, as well as fish with sauces, lamb, and game.





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