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Fetească Albă

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Fetească Albă

Fetească Albă
Grape (Vitis)
Color of berry skin Blanc
Species Vitis vinifera
Also called Păsărească, Vărătic, Leányka (in Hungary), Mädchentraube (in Germany)
Origin Romania
Sex of flowers Hermaphrodite

Fetească Albă (Romanian pronunciation: ) is a Romanian - Moldovan white grape variety,[1] mainly cultivated in Moldova and Romanian regions of Moldavia and Transylvania, as well as in the Hungarian wine region of Eger.[2]

In Moldova, it uses the biggest area planted among local varieties - 900 hectares (2,200 acres). This grape is used a lot for sparkling wine production, but also for varietal Fetească wine.


Fetească Albă is also known under the synonyms Baratik, Bulgarien Feteasca, Devcenco Hrozno, Devicii Belii, Dievcenske Hrozno, Dievcie Hrozno, Divci Hrozen, Fehér Leányka, Feniaska Belaii, Fetiasca Alba, Fetiasca Belii, Fetiaska Alba, Fetisoara, Fetjaska Belaja, Fetyaska, Fetyaska Belaya, Fetyaska Koroleva, Fetysare, Janyszölde, Jányszőlő, Kanigl Weiss, Lányszőlő, Leanicazea, Leanika, Leánka, Leány Szőlő, Leányka, Leanyszölde, Leányszőlő, Lyan Szölö, Mädchentraube, Medhentraube, Paparyaska, Parsaryaska, Pasareasca Alba, Pasarjaska, Peseryaska, Poama Fetei, Poama Fetei Alba, Poama Pasareasca, Roszas Leányka, Rumänien Feteasca, Udssr Fetjaska, Ungarn Leanyka, Varatik.[3]

See also


  1. ^ Plavay VITIS info
  2. ^ Fetească albă at
  3. ^ Feteasca Alba, Vitis International Variety Catalogue, accessed 2010-07-15
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