The white grape variety comes from Hungary; Pozsonyi is the Hungarian name for Bratislava (Bratislava) - the capital of Slovakia. Synonyms are Bratislavca, Bratislavka, Cetenyi Fehér, Cetenyi Kadarka, Fehér Kadarka, Posonyi, Pozsonyi Fehér, and Weisse Pressburger. Despite apparently indicative synonyms or morphological However, it must not be similar to the variety Kövidinka be confused. She was a crossing partner in the new breeding Irsai Olivér, The late ripening vine is sensitive to frost, It produces a fruity, low-alcohol white wine. The variety is in the Hungarian range Balatonfüred-Csopak and in the Slovakia grown. In 2010, however, ten hectares of vineyards were recorded only in Hungary (Kym Anderson ).
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