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Heroldrebe is a red German wine grape variety produced by crossing Blauer Portugieser and Lemberger. It was created by August Herold at the grape breeding institute in Weinsberg in the W├╝rttemberg region in 1929, and was named after him.

One of Heroldrebe's drawbacks is its relatively late ripening; it is harvested at about the same time as Pinot noir. Heroldrebe was grown on a total of in Germany in 2008, with a decreasing trend. There were in Palatinate, in Rheinhessen, and in W├╝rttemberg. In Palatinate it is typically used to produce light, almost pinkish, colored wines.