Scheurebe or Sämling 88 is a white wine grape variety. It is primarily grown in Germany and Austria, where it often is called Sämling 88 (English: Seedling 88), and some parts of the New World. Scheurebe wines are highly aromatic, and the variety is often used for sweet wines, although dry Scheurebe wines have become more common in Germany.


Also Called: Sämling 88, Scheu, Dr. Wagnerrebe
Origin: Alzey, Germany
Notable Regions: Austria, Germany
Notable Wines: Trockenbeerenauslese from Lake Neusiedl