The white grape comes from the border area Bulgaria / Greece; the name means "girl" in Greek. Synonyms are Breza, Breznik, Govedina, Keratsouda, Keratsuda, Keratuda, Mirizlivka and Tsarevitsa. It probably originated on the banks of the Struma / Strymónas river, which runs through south-western Bulgaria and northern Greece. The late-ripening, productive vine is sensitive to frost, susceptible to real and false mildew but resistant to drought and Botrytis, It produces simple, low-acid white wines and is also called table grape used. The endangered variety is grown in the Bulgarian province of Blagoevgrad. In 2010, however, no stock was shown (Kym Anderson ).