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The Palatina is a cross between the “Queen of Vineyards” and the fungus-resistant “Seyve Villard 12-375.” The crossing took place in 1966 in Hungary by the breeders Pal Kozma, Lazlo Nagy and Marta Urbanyi. The early ripening vine is resistant to both mildews, frost and dryness. It yields a very rich harvest of large bunches, greenish-yellow grapes with a fruity sweet taste and a slight nutmeg aroma. Ripe for wine from the third week of September

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