| Green to Reddish|
| Czech Republic|
| Officially Vitis vinifera but also has other species in its pedigree|
(Villard Blanc x Roter Veltliner) x (Merlot x Seibel 13666)
Milos Michlovsky, Frantisek Madl, Vilem Kraus and Lubomir Glos
Vinselekt Perna, Mendel University in Brno Faculty of Horticulture
Vitis vinifera 'Malverina'
Hibernal, Merzling, Frühroter Veltliner, Orion, Neuburger
Malverina is a grape variety used for making white wine. It was created in former Czechoslovakia by a group called Vine Research Centre Resistant. Malverina is a result of an inter-specific breeding "Rakish" (Villard Blanc x Roter Veltliner) x "Merlan" (Merlot x Seibel 13666). It exhibits high resistance against both powdery and downy mildew, thus it is suitable for producing wines in limited-spray vineyards. Grapes ripen in mid-October. It is grown in Moravia. High quality wines aged in bottles are full-bodied with distinctive cinnamon aroma and with long persistence.