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Hindenburg

The white grape is a new breed between Rosa Menna di Vacca ( Parmak Cerven x Mathias Jánosne, It was named after the German Reich President Paul von Beneckendorff and Hindenburg (1847-1934). The crossing takes place in 1917 in Hungary by the breeder Pál Kocsis. The variety is grown in Bulgaria and Hungary. Above all, she is considered table grape but also used for white wine.

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