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Origin: The new fungus-resistant white wine variety Pamina was bred in 1986 at the Institute for Grapevine Breeding in Geisenheim by Prof. Dr. H. Becker and officially approved by the Federal Office of Plant Varieties in 2021.
Interbreeding: Merzling x Gm 7743-12 (V. amurensis genetic material).
Characteristics: The variety has an early to medium bud burst and blossom time and convinces with a medium strong, upright growth. The variety has a low side shoot growth, which makes the foliage wall open and well aerated. The variety has a low tendency to trickle, very good grape stem strength and a late ripening time. Yield, must weight and acidity are high. Resistance to downy mildew and botrytis is very good, against powdery mildew two treatments are usually necessary.
Grape: Pamina has a firm grape stem and a predominantly loose grape structure. The grapes are large and bear large yellow-green berries.
Wine: The white wine variety is suitable for fine-fruity, also full-bodied wines with an acid structure similar to Riesling and aromas reminiscent of Burgundy varieties.
Cultivation: The variety has medium vineyard site requirements.
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