The white grape variety (also MT x TT 65/4) is a new variety between Müller-Thurgau x Tramín Cervený (Red Traminer). The crossing was made in Slovakia in 1973. The plant variety protection was granted in 2004. Incidentally, the two new varieties Medea and Pálava were created with the same parents. The medium ripening vine is moderately resistant to fungal diseases. It produces aromatic, extract-rich, rather low-acid white wines with a discreet muscatel tone, similar to Müller-Thurgau. In 2010 it was cultivated on one hectare in Slovakia. There are also very small stocks in the Czech Republic.