The white grape variety is a new breed between Orangetraube x Riesling, Synonyms are Klosterneuburg 16-8 and Orangeriesling. The crossing was done by Dr. Friedrich Zweigelt (1888-1964) in 1922 am Klosterneuburg Wine Institute (Austria), which is indicated by the second part of the name. The medium maturing vine is susceptible to real ones mildew, It produces full-bodied and extract-rich, rather neutral tasting white wines with moderate acidity, which are predominantly sweet. The variety is also called table grape used. It is exclusively in Austria in the winegrowing regions Burgenland. Lower Austria. Styria and Wien grown. In 2009, the area under cultivation was 150 hectares with a downward trend.