Kadarka

A red wine grape native to and grown in Hungary and Bulgaria, where it is known as Gamza. Blended with Blaufrankisch, a Gamay clone, to make Egri Bikaver, Hungary`s hallmark dry, medium-bodied red blend. Traditionally the blend was stronger and darker due to higher Kadarka content, and thus its name-bikaver means bull`s blood.
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Kadarka

Kadarka or Gamza is a dark-skinned variety of grape used for red wine. It has a long history and is popular in Hungary and Bulgaria, where it is known as гъмза Gamza. It used to be an important constituent of the Hungarian red cuvée Bull`s Blood of Eger or Szekszárd, but has long been in decline in Hungarian plantations, to be replaced by ....
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Kadarka

The origin of the ancient red grape variety is unknown. According to one version it is a variety called Skardarsko related or identical, which dates back to the border of Albania and Montenegro. Under the vine catalog VIVC it has some 100 synonyms, suggesting that high on the age and the previous widespread. These include, for example, Blue Kadarka...
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