Bocksbeutel

The Bocksbeutel is a type of wine bottle with the form of a flattened ellipsoid. It is commonly used for wines from Franconia in Germany, but is also used for some Portuguese wines, in particular ros├ęs, where the bottle is called cantil, and in rare cases for Italian wine (in this case called pulcianella) and Greek wine. == History == This bottle...
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Bocksbeutel

Flagon shaped bottle in which Franken wines are bottled. (same shape as a mateus rose bottle)
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