The white grape variety is an intergeneric new breeding between VRH3082-1-42 (Aubun x VRH1-28-82) x Petra. Intergeneric means that two different grapevine genera were used (see grapevine systematics). Genes from Vitis amurensis, Vitis rotundifolia and Vitis vinifera are included. The hybrid was crossed in Hungary in 2001 by the breeder Pál Kozma jun. Incidentally, the Borsmenta variety was also created with the same parents. The vine is cultivated in small quantities in the Szekszárd area. In 2016, 0.6 hectares of vineyard were designated (Kym Anderson).
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