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Kadarka

Hungarian grape speciality of uncertain origins which has largely been replaced by the less rot-prone, earlier-ripening Kékfrankos (Blaufränkisch) and Portugieser. If yields are restrained it can make full, tannic wine such as supported the best Bull's Blood blends, but such wine is rare. It can also be found in Serbia, as Cadarca in Romania and as Gamza in Bulgaria.