The white grape variety originates from Hungary. Synonyms are Dinka Fehér, Fehér Kadarka, Fehér Muskotály, Huszár Dinka, Huszár Szölö, Ijaki, Izsáki Fehér, Izsáki Sárfehér (second main name), Kadarka Fehér, Német Dinka, Német Szoeloe, Nyirok, Sárfehér, Sárfehér Szagos, Szagos, Ueveges, Vékonyhéjú, Vékonyhéjú Zoeldfehér and White Stonecutter. However, it must not be confused with the varieties Kövidinka, Sárfehér or Vékonyhéjú, despite seemingly suggestive synonyms or morphological similarities. DNA analyses carried out in 2009 disproved that it was a colour mutation of the red variety Kadarka. The parentage is unknown. The variety was a crossing partner of the new variety Mátrai Muskotály.
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