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

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

The red grape variety comes from the Balkans. There are around 150 Synonyms, which indicates a high age of the vine. The most important alphabetically grouped by country are Kallmet ( Albania ); Gamza, Gamza de Varna, Gumza, Gymza, Varnenska Gimza ( Bulgaria ); Branicevka, Gomza ( Croatia ); Cadarcă, Cadarcă Neagră, Cadarcă de Miniş, Lugojana ...
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