The red grape variety comes from Italy or Greece. Synonyms are Axina, Axina a Tres Bias, Axina de Tres Bortas, Eftakilo, Heftakilo, Heftakilos, Heptakilo, Raisin du Japon, Triboto, Trifera, Uva di Tre Volte and Uva Trifera. The vine is cultivated in Sardinia and Greece as a table grape, but is also used as a wine grape. According to DNA analyses it is a parent of the varieties Aitonychi Mavro, Muscat d'Alexandrie and Planta Nova. However, the parentage (parenthood) is unknown. In 2016 no stock was recorded (statistics Kym Anderson).