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Canton in the extreme east of the Switzerland on the border to Austria, The vineyards cover 384 hectares and are part of the wine region German Switzerland, Around 50 hectares of vineyards in Misoxtal (Mesolcina), which politically belongs to Grisons, belong to the winegrowing area Ticino, The winegrowing communities in the northern area of "Bündner Herrschaft" are Fläsch, Jenins Maienfeld and Malans (here in 1321 the well-known white wine completer mentioned). The climate is characterized by a lot of sunshine as well as the southern foehn wind blowing through the Rhine Valley. Significantly, this fall wind is " grapes Kocher "Because it favors the formation of sugar in the grapes. For the most part (90%) the "Bündner Rheinweine" are produced. These are strong, alcohol-rich red wines from Pinot Noir (also called Klevner or Chlävner here), which are mostly expanded in oak barrels. Further varieties are Müller-Thurgau and Chardonnay. Well-known wine places are Chur (capital with Bischofsgut), Fläsch, Jenins, Maienfeld and Malans with the traditional dessert wine completer,