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Pukhliakovsky

The white grape variety may come from Moldova (ex VIVC catalog ) or Russia (ex Wine Grapes ). There are over 130 Synonyms that bear witness to old age. Some of them are Coarnă Alba (second main name in Romania), butcher's grape, Kecskecsecsu Fehér, Kecskecsecsu Piros, Korna Belaja, Majorka Belaja, squeeze grape, white goat's nest, white Portuguese, white Turkish Zibebe and Puchljakovski. About a possible genetic relationship to the variety white Geißdutte (with a few identical synonyms) nothing is known. The variety is after the Russian community of the same name in the southwest on the border with Ukraine named. She was crossing partner in the new breeds Misket Vrachansky. Rudava and Torysa, Besides, it is according to DNA analysis a parent of the Bulgarian species Dimyat, The black- berry table grape Pukhliakovsky Cherny is not a colored one mutation but a separate strain.

Pukhliakovsky - grape and leaf

The white- berry Pukhliakovsky is a pure female grape, The late-ripening, somewhat unsustainable vine is somewhat sensitive to wintry frost but resistant to wrong mildew, It is mostly called table grape, but also used as Keltertraube. The variety is in Russia grown in the Rostov region along the Don. Also in Austria there should be small stocks under the name Puchljakovski. In 2010, however, no stocks were reported in either country (Statistics Kym Anderson ).

Source: Wine Grapes / J. Robinson, J. Harding, J. Vouillamoz / Penguin Books Ltd. 2012
Pictures: Ursula Bruehl, Doris Schneider, Julius Kühn Institute (JKI)

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