The red grape variety (also CS 162) is a new breed between kadarka x Kékfrankos ( Blaufränkisch ). The crossing took place in 1951 Hungary by Pál Kozma. The variety protection was issued in 1980. The late ripening vine is moderately sensitive to wintry frost but resistant to Botrytis, It produces colorful, spicy and tannin-rich red wines. The variety is mainly used in Northern Hungary in the area Mátraalja grown. In 2010, a total of 18 hectares of vineyards were shown (Kym Anderson ).