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Kadarun Bijeli

Synonym for the grape variety Dimyat; see there.

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...

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