The white grape variety originates from Bulgaria. Synonyms grouped alphabetically by country are Koplik, Misket Slivenski, Pamid (Bulgaria); Bois Jaune, Dimiat (France); Yapalaki, Zoumiatiko, Zumiatiko, Zumyat (Greece); Smederevka Bianca (Italy); Roșioară(Moldova); Belina, Belina Krupna, Kadarun Bijeli, Parmac, Plovdina, Podbelec, Smederevka (Croatia, Northern Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia); Ahorntraube, Ahornblättriger Wippacher, Grobweißer, Wippacher Ahornblättrig (Germany, Austria); Dimiat, Semendria (Romania); Galan (Russia); Dertonia (Turkey); Bekaszölö, Szemendriai Fehér, Töröklugas (Hungary). There are three varieties with different berry colours or shapes. These are Dimyat Cherven (red-purple), Dimyat Cheren (black) and Dimyat Edar (especially large berries and leaves). There is no relationship with the red variety Pamid. It should also not be confused with the morphologically similar variety Parmak Cerven.
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