Scheurebe (pronounced "shoy ray beh") is another new crossing of grapes that is well established in a number of regions in Germany.

Bred in 1916 in Rheinhessen and named after its breeder, Georg Scheu, it is a crossing of Silvaner and Riesling. It ripens in early October, but the late-harvested wines of this grape are those that are treasured most.

The wines produced have full body, pronounced acidity and a bouquet and taste reminiscent of black currants.

Scheurebe is most widely planted in the Pfalz, Rheinhessen and Nahe regions.