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The white grape variety originates from the border region Romania/Serbia or former Yugoslavia/Hungary; the historical landscape Banat at the Balkans. There are about 60 synonyms, which testify the great age and the (once) wide distribution of the vine, especially in the eastern states. Some of them are Hellrothe Müllerrebe, Ungarstock (Germany, Austria); Bagrena, Bagrina Crvena, Bagrina Krajinska, Bragina Rara, Bagrina Rošie, Červená Dinka, Chervená Dinka, Crvena Dinka, Turska Ružica (Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia); Bagrina Rara, Braghina, Braghinâ, Braghinâ Albă, Braghinâ Deasa, Braghină de Drăgăsani, Braghină Rosie Rara, Vulpe Roşie Bătută(Moldova, Romania); Törökdinka, Vörös Dinka (Hungary).

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