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High-yielding, early-ripening vine planted widely in Austria and Germany, producing rather ordinary, light wines with relatively low acid. Hungarians and Romanians have known it in the past as Kékoporto and Croatians call it Portugizac Crni, or Portugalkja. A little is grown in France as Portugais.