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Queen of the vineyards

The white grape variety is a new breed between Afus Ali x Csaba Gyöngye, The mother variety Erzsébet Királyné Emléke ( Queen Elisabeth ) occurred in 2009 and 2013 DNA analysis as wrong. There are over 70 Synonyms, the most important of these are Basilissa, Caraburnu, Karaburnu, Koroleva Vinnis, Kraljica Vinograda, Mathiász 26, Mathiász 140, Moscato Regina, Muscat Queen of the Vineyards, Muscat Queen of Vineyards, Muscat Reine des Vignes, Muškat Kraljica Vinograda Bijeli, Panny, Queen of the Vineyard, Regina dei Vigneti, Reine des Vignes and Szölöskertek Királynöje. The cross was made in 1916 by the breeder János Mathiász (1838-1921). She was a crossing partner in the new varieties Apirena Bruni. Augusta (2) Aurora (1), Cardinal. Delight. Early Muscat. Narancsizü. Palatine. Perel. Perlette and Quanlongzhu,

Queen of the vineyards - grape and leaf

The early ripening vine is susceptible to both mildews and bunch rot, The grapes are pleasant nutmeg, It is mostly used as table grape, as well as Zierrebe and only used to a small extent as a wine grape. The variety is common in many southern European countries and also overseas. The main growing areas are Greece. Israel (500 ha), Italy (4,500 ha), Croatia (1,600 ha), Romania (1,000 ha), Ukraine and Hungary (500 ha). The global inventory is estimated at around 9,000 hectares. In 2010, only stocks in France (1 ha) and Italy (61 ha) were shown (cym Anderson ).

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