The white grape is a new breed between Ezerjó x Bouvier, Synonyms are B 10, Badacsony 10 and Zeus. The crossing of the named after the Greek god variety took place in 1951 in Hungary by the breeder Ferenc Király. With the same parents are the new breeds Zengö and zenith emerged. The late-ripening, high-yielding vine is resistant to frost but moderately prone to Botrytis, It produces full bodied acidic white wines with fresh tropical fruit aromas. The variety is in the fields Badacsony. Balaton and Somló grown. In 2010, 28 hectares of vineyards were expelled.