Zweigeltrebe – originates in Austria, it was bred by crossing the varieties „St. Laurent“ X „Frankovka“. The variety was bred by the director of the Klosterneuburg Wine School, Dr. Fritz Zweigelt in 1922 and called it Rotburger. Its expansion after the World War II was supported by Dr. Lenz Moser, who also suggested its renaming to Zweigelt. It does not have any special demands on location or soil, it also tolerates higher lime content. It is a popular variety for cultivation in northern wine regions. It provides wine of very good quality, while maintaining cultivation and technological procedures, it provides long-lingering wine with an elegant fruity-spicy taste, especially after blackberries, sour cherry and cherry compote.