Variety developed in Hungary in the early 1950 ‘s. Widely planted in Central Europe. Has synonym name Badacsony 7. Derived from a Ezerjó x Bouvier V. vinifera crossing. Usually ripening around early to mid-September it is mainly used to create a pleasant, crisp, general purpose white-wine.
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