The red variety comes from the border area Bulgaria / Greece. The main synonyms are grouped alphabetically by country are Manakuki, Manaluki, Monakuki ( Albania ); Koplik, Pamid Izresliv, Pamid Plovdina, Pamid Sire ( Bulgaria ); Steinschiller red ( Germany ); Pamidi, Pamidia, Pamit, Pamiti, Pamitis ( Greece ); Plovdina ( Macedonia ); Roşioar ( Romania ); Grecheskii Rosovii, Grechesky Rosovy ( Russia ); Slankamenka Crvena ( Serbia ); Saratchoubouk, Saricibuk, Saridzibuk ( Turkey ); Piros Szlanka ( Hungary ). The parentage is unknown. It may, despite seemingly suggestive synonyms or morphological Similarities do not match the white variety Dimyat or Slankamenka Rosie, the blackberry variety of Slankamenka (both synonymous with Pamid synonymous) are confused. The variety Pamid Cher is one mutation,
The high age of the variety testify at least seven different varieties with different berry color contained in the name, which over time through mutations have arisen. These include Pamid Rozov (pink), Pamid Siv (gray), Pamid Cheren (black), Pamid Byal (white - but here it may rather be a separate strain), Pamid Edar (large), Pamid Izresliv (prone For Verrieseln ) and Pamid s Makhrovati Tsvetove (sweet). The variety was crossing partner in the new breed Until he,
The medium-maturing vine is prone to both mildews, but resistant to Botrytis, It produces bright red or mainly rosé wines, which have a certain sweetness, but low acidity, tannins and body and are intended for quick enjoyment. The variety is also called table grape used. The variety took in 2010 in Bulgaria 6,792 hectares and in Romania especially in Oltenia in the southwest 2,930 hectares. Small stocks exist in the countries mentioned under the synonyms. The variety has been greatly reduced, especially in Bulgaria. It occupied in 2010 a total of 9,827 hectares. Compared with 1990 with 22,718 hectares at that time, there was a reduction of well over half. It occupies the worldwide varieties ranking the rank 73.
Source: Wine Grapes / J. Robinson, J. Harding, J. Vouillamoz / Penguin Books Ltd. 2012
Pictures: Ursula Bruehl, Doris Schneider, Julius Kühn Institute (JKI)