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There are two different new varieties from Argentina and Australia with this name:


The red grape variety is a new cross between Shiraz (Syrah) x Sultana. The cross was made in 1964 by the breeders A. J. Antcliff, Peter Clingeleffer and George Kerridge at the CSIRO Plant Industry Institute in Merbein-Australia. It is an all-female grape variety. It is used as a wine grape, table grape and for sultanas. No stock was reported in 2016 (Kym Anderson statistics).


The white grape variety is a new cross between Moscato Rosa N. 2 (Moscatel Rosada) x (Cardinal x Sultana). The cross was made in Argentina by the breeder Angel A. Gargiulo at the Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria. The rosé-berry vine has a muscat tone and is used as table grape.

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