The white grape variety is an interspecific new variety between Zala Gyöngye (Csaba Gyöngye) x (Gloria Hungaria x Queen Elisabeth). Synonyms or breeding numbers are Jaeger 2/1-12, Muscat de Pölöske, Peleskei Muskatalj, Poloske Muskotaly, Pölöske Muskataly, Pölöske Muscotaly and R-10. The hybrid was crossed in 1980 in Hungary by the breeders Sandor Szegedi and Janos Erös. It is resistant to fungal diseases. The variety produces white wines with a delicate muscat tone. It is used as a grape variety and table grape. There are stocks in Brazil (0.3 ha), Moldova (83 ha) and Hungary (124 ha). In 2016, a total of 207 hectares of vines were reported (Kym Anderson statistics).
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