Feteasca Alba is a white grape variety grown in Eastern Europe, most notably Romania but also in Moldova, Hungary, Bulgaria, and Ukraine. The name "Feteasca" means "maiden" in Romanian and is shared by three distinct varieties: Feteasca Regala, Feteasca Neagra and Feteasca Alba. Feteasca Alba is the original form of Feteasca and makes dry, aromatic wines with flavors of stonefruit and tropical fruits. It can also be used in sweet and sparkling wine production and is sometimes blended with other local varieties. The grape does well in the cool continental climate of Transylvania, where it is most widely planted, and is not closely related to Hungary's Leanyka despite similarities in name and ampelographic qualities.