The white grape variety comes from Morocco
, The name means "tomato grape" and refers to the shape of the berries. Synonyms are Bou Touggala, Bou Touqqala and Chetoui. The vine was first created by the ampelographer Joseph Vidal
(1905-1985). The late ripening vine has large, thick-skinned berries. It is mostly used as table grape
used. The variety is cultivated in Morocco mainly around Meknes at the foot of the Middle Atlas. In Argentina
a total of 275 hectares were designated in 2010.