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The white grape variety (also Tarcal 10) is a Hungarian new variety between Hárslevelü x Bouvier. It was crossed in Hungary in 1967 by László Brezovsik and Gáborné Szakolczay. The early-ripening, high-yielding vine is moderately susceptible to fungal diseases, but resistant to winter frost. It yields acidic white wines with lime blossom aroma. It has been authorised for Tokaj since 2006; however, it occupies only 1% of the Tokaj-Hegyalja area.

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