Local name in Slovenia (former Yugoslavia) for the Welschriesling grape.
Native, but well-known grape grown in Hungary. In Roumania and Bulgaria an identical grape is known as the Feteasca. Used to make mildly intense semi-dry popular white wine.
LASKI RIZLING: Local name in Slovenia (former Yugoslavia) for the Welschriesling grape.
LAUZAT: White-wine producing variety found in the foothills of the Pyrenees, France. Used in the distinctive blends of the Béarn AC along with other local varieties such as Baroque, Sémillon etc.
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Also known as the Welschriesling in Austria, Laski Rizling in Slovenia, (i.e former Yugoslavia), and Olasz Rizling in Hungary. Origins of this grape appear to be obscure, although Romania has been suggested.
Also known as, Walschriesling, Riesling Italico, Rismi, Laskiriesling, Laski Rizling, Grasevina, Grasica, Italianski Rizling, Biela Sladka Grasica, Riesling Italianski, Rizling Vlasski, Olaszriesling, Riesling Italien, Olasz Rizling, Italiansky Rizling.
See also: Quality, Region, Riesling, Wine, Complete