Fetească regală

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Fetească regală
Grape (Vitis)
AREZAN - Feteasca Regala.tif
Color of berry skinBlanc
SpeciesVitis vinifera
Also calledSee list of synonyms
OriginRomania
Original pedigreeGrasă × Fetească albă
Pedigree parent 1Grasă
Pedigree parent 2Fetească Albă
Breeding instituteNational Institute for Grape and Wine of Romania
Sex of flowersHermaphrodite

Fetească Regală (Romanian pronunciation: [feˈte̯askə reˈɡalə]) is a white grape variety, created in the 1930s, in Mureş County, Romania.[1][2] It is a natural crossing of Grasă and Fetească albă.[3]

This variety is cultivated mainly in Romania (Transylvania, Moldavia, Moldova), and also in Slovakia[4], and in minority in Hungary and Austria.

The quality of wines ranges between table wine and high-quality ones. The wines are dry and fresh and have acidity and specific flavour.

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Fetească Regală is also known under the synonyms Danasana, Danesana, Danosi, Danosi Leányka, Dunesdorfer Königsast, Dunesdörfer Königsast, Dunnesdiorfer, Erdei Sárga, Feteasca Corolevscaia, Feteasca de Danes, Feteasca Korolevskaia, Feteasca Muscatnaia, Feteasca Muskatnaia, Feteasca Regola, Galbena de Ardeal, Galbena di Ardeal, Kenigrast, Kiraileanka, Királyleányka, Königliche Mädchentraube, Königsast, Königstochter, Konigsast, Kralovska Leanka, Pesecka Leanka.[1]

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