Origin and distribution. Supposed that it is a hybrid between Napoleon and Black Heart, grown by Lewelling, Oregon about 1848г. Popular in the USA in the states of California and Oregon as well as some European countries. Imported in 1960. Basic standard sort. Agrobilogical and ecological characteristics. The tree is mid strong growing, с wide pyramidal crown and dominating of the leader. The branches garnished with many May bouquets. The sort is relatively resistant to cold, but sensitive to sudden cold and late spring cold. Blossoms late. Pollinates with Kozerska and Gemersdors. Intersterile with Bing and Napoleon. Cropping is mid early, average vigor. Very sensitive to cylinder sporiosis. Requires clay-sand warm soil and good air drainage. If it rains a lot while ripening – the fruit cracks. The fruit ripens late – end of July. They are large (24 x 24 x 21 mm), average weight 8g, with beautiful wide heart-shaped to long heart-shaped form and round top. The belly side is a bit inflated and the belly seam is a clear dark-red line. The back side is inflated on the side of the stalk pit and with shallow hollow. The skin is thick, glance, dark-red to wine-red, with dark-red stains, with a bit of black color and multiple small under-skin spots. The flesh is thick, crispy, rose-red, juicy, sweet, a bit sour, very good to excellent quality. The juice is dark-red. The stone is mid large (11 x 9 x 7 mm), average weight 0,3g, forming 3,8% of the weight of the fruit, prolong egg-shaped, almost easy separating from the flesh.Technological characteristics. The fruit is good for automated cropping. Good for manipulation and transportation and very good for preserving. Good for conserving too.