Pamid

Pamid is an old grape variety used for red wine. It has been cultivated in Bulgaria since the times of the ancient Thracians. In the past, it was the most widely spread Bulgarian variety, but today its plantations are highly limited. Pamid is also cultivated in Yugoslavia, Albania, Turkey, Greece, Hungary and Romania. The bunch is medium-sized (10...
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Pamid

The red variety comes from the border area Bulgaria / Greece. The main synonyms are grouped alphabetically by country are Manakuki, Manaluki, Monakuki ( Albania ); Koplik, Pamid Izresliv, Pamid Plovdina, Pamid Sire ( Bulgaria ); Steinschiller red ( Germany ); Pamidi, Pamidia, Pamit, Pamiti, Pamitis ( Greece ); Plovdina ( Macedonia ); Roşioar ( Rom...
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