The white grape variety (also Fehér Csepel Tolarent 92, Prim) is a new variety between Seyve-Villard 12-375 (Villard Blanc) x Queen of the vineyards. The former name was Prim, but to avoid confusion with the Primus variety, it was renamed. Synonyms are Augusztusi Muskotaly, CS.F.T.159 and Csepel Fehér Tolerant 92, crossed in Hungary in 1966 by the breeders Pal Kozma, Lazlo Nagy and Marta Urbanyi. The oval, golden yellow berries have a slightly pronounced muscatite. The early ripening vine is resistant to both types of mildew, frost and drought. It is used as a table grape. In 2016, three hectares of vineyards were designated in Hungary (statistics Kym Anderson).