The origin of the Traminer is disputed. The most modern investigation with means of the genetic engineering points on the fact that it descends from the Burgunderfamilie.Furthermore the Ampelograph Galet states that Savagnin and Traminer are identical. The sheets of the plants are small and roundish, the grapes/clusters small to medium sized. They are very closely packed together. The berries have thick bowls. The Rebsorte is very fastidious, which concerns soil and situation. Itis a little lime-compatibly and relatively frost sensitive. Original cultivation area is Tramin (South Tyrol). In Germany Traminer is cultivated mainly in bathing, in the Pfalz and in Saxonia. In Austria (due to a geological anomaly) Klöch is into the Steiermark a Traminerhochburg.
Synonymous one: Gewürztraminer, Clevner,Three-man grape/cluster, Termeno Aromatico, Savagnin blank
descent: unknown, but very old Rebsorte, a descent of European game vines (Vitis Silvestri) is to be accepted.