The red grape 36er is a crossing from Lemberger and Cabernet Sauvignon. It is a variety created in the research center of viticulture in Weinsberg in the year 1970. Cabernet Cubin is its sibling-vine. But there are considerable differences between the both varieties. 36er is early ripe, has bigger fruits and is more vulnarable for botrytis than Cabernet Cubin.