There is a grape---and a wine made from it--- called Lemburger (or Limburger); the name is derived from the same town that is renowned for its highly odorous Limburger cheese.
No, the wine doesn't smell like the cheese. Actually, it's a nice, very drinkable, light to medium bodied red with a characteristic pepper-spice character. It is also made in the U.S., and I think the best is in Washington state. Kiona Vineyards, located in the Red Mountain, a sub-AVA of the greater Columbia Valley, makes an excellent version.
But this same Müller-Thurgau from the Franken in Germany is also called Rivaner in
There is, however, a grape that is a crossing between Riesling and Silvaner---but it's a diiferent grape, it's in Germany, and it's named Rieslaner!