The white grape comes from England
, Synonyms are Dr. med. Hogg Muscat, Muscat Docteur Hogg, Muscat Hogg and Muscat Hogg (also spelled Hoog). The origin or descent (parenthood) is not known (as of 2013). The crossing (?) Or selection took place in England in 1869 by J. Pearson. It was in honor of the British botanist Robert Hogg
(1818-1897) named. The vine produces aromatic, fruity white wines. It is also used as a table grape. The variety is in New Zealand
is included in the statistics in the "Muscat varieties".