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The red grape variety (also PE 11-47) is a new variety between André x Irsai Olivér. It was crossed in the Czech Republic by the breeders J. Havlík, Ing. F. Zatloukal and L. Michlovský. The plant variety protection was granted in 2001. The vine that celebrates early is moderately resistant to fungal diseases. It yields aromatic red wines with a strong nutmeg and rose. The variety is cultivated in the Morava region (Moravia). In 2016, however, no stock was declared; in 2010 it was six hectares (statistics Kym Anderson).

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