Synonym (also Tamîioasa Neagra) for the grape variety Muscat d'Hamburg; see there.
The red grape variety possibly originates from England. The most important of the approximately 100 synonyms grouped alphabetically by country are Black Muscat (Australia), Muscat Albertdient's (Belgium), Moscatel de Hamburgo (Brazil), Muskat-Trollinger, Trollinger-Muskat (Germany), Black Muscat, Black Muscat of Alexandria, Muscat Hamburgh, Snow's Muscat Hamburgh, Venn's Seedling, Venn's Seedling Black Muscat (England), Hamburg Musqué, Muscat de Hamburg, Oeillade Musquée (France), Moschato Amvourgou, Moschato Tyrnavou (Greece), Gulabi (India), Malvasia Nera, Moscato d'Amburgo, Moscato Nero, Moscato Nero d'Acqui, Zibibbo Nero (Italy), Muscat Hamburg Crni (Croatia), Moscatel Prato (Portugal), Tamâioasa Hamburg, Tamîioasa Hamburg, Tamâioasa Neagra (Romania), Moscatel de Hamburgo (Spain, Uruguay), Hamburgii Muskotály (Hungary), Black Hamburg, Black Muscat, Muscat Hamburg (USA, Cyprus).
It must not be confused with the Aleatico (Moscato Nero) or Moschomavro varieties, despite seemingly suggestive synonyms or morphological similarities. According to DNA analyses carried out most recently in 2015, it is a cross between Schiava Grossa x Muscat d'Alexandrie (which also explains the extremely confusing synonym Black Muscat of Alexandria)....
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