The white grape probably comes from South America and belongs to the group of so-called Criollas (see the history in detail there). Synonyms are Moscatel Amarilla (Chile), Moscatel Amarillo (Argentina), Torontel, Torontel Amarillo and Torrontel Corriente. According to done in 2003 DNA analysis is a probably natural cross between Criolla Chica ( Listán Prieto x Muscat d'Alexandrie, The variety is cultivated in small quantities in South America and among other things for the brandy Pisco used. In the statistics of Kym Anderson were in 2010 under the name Moscato Giallo stocks in Argentina (133 ha) and Chile (25 ha) and named the above mentioned synonyms. The exact identity is not clear; see below Goldmuskateller (with the synonym Moscato Giallo).