The white grape variety comes from Russia. Synonyms are Ag Iri Üzüm, Bely Krupni, Cumshatsky White, Koumchatzky Bely, Koumchatzky Blanc, Krupnyi Belyi, Kumsatkii, Kumshatskii Belyi, Kumshatsky Belyi, White Large Grape. The parentage (parenthood) is unknown. The variety is cultivated in the southern part of Rostov near the border with Ukraine and was named after a local town. The vine is used there as a wine press and table grape. However, no stock was reported in 2010 (statistics Kym Anderson). There is also a red variety called Kumshatsky Cherny.