The red variety comes from Spain, The parentage is unknown. The after the phylloxera disaster almost extinct variety was in 1998 in the DO area Penedès near the town of Querol in the region Catalonia rediscovered and named after the location. As part of a reactivation program for old, autochthonous Varieties she was from the winery Torres newly planted. It is a pure female grape, The vine is prone to millerandage and therefore somewhat unsustainable, but resistant to drought or drought, It produces red wines with aromas of laurel and candied fruit. The variety is from the winery Torres on about 15 acres in the DO area Conca de Barberà grown. However, in 2010 in the statistics of Kym Anderson no inventory reported.