Nero is a variation for the so-called double utilisation, which means that although it had started its career as dessert grape, it can be used – conforming to the applicable wine law- to make wine of it. Nero was created by Csizmazia Darab József and Bereznai László in 1965 by means of interbreeding the types Eger2 and Gárdonyi Géza. Back then, Nero was applied as colouring grape. On numerous occasions, the red types bearing weaker colouring agents were tinted with this variation. The breakthrough in its story came about with the advent of reductive technology and the widespread cult that emerged around rosé wines. It soon turned out that the unique and quite powerful aroma world of Nero, its fruity bomb characteristic would make it a successful player in this very wine style. In the region, there are more and more wine-makers who discover this type of grape, and as a consequence it shall get its due place in the assortment of the vinicultures of the Hungarian Plain. A distinct specialty of the Nero wines is that it has an exceptionally high antioxidant content. There are some wine-growers in the territory of Kiskőrös who produce rose-wine as well as red wine from this really special type.