The white grape variety (also Geilweilerhof GA-58-30) is a new variety from Optima x Seyve Villard 12-375. The name is derived from the giant huntsman of Greek mythology, the goddess Artemis killed by arrows and was displaced as a constellation in the sky. The crossing was made in 1964 by Dr. Gerhardt Gerhardt Alleweldt, Erich (1927-2005) at the Institute for Grapevine Breeding Geilweilerhof Siebeldingen-Palatinate, the Plant Variety Protection was granted in 1994. The species is frost resistant and resistant to fungi. The greenish-yellow, fruity wine has a rich extract and nutmeg and is similar to the Muller-Thurgau. In 2009 the vine in Germany only four hectares, of which three in the Rheinhessen region. Small stocks are also available in England, Denmark, Switzerland and the Netherlands. There is also a native of Turkmenistan red grape variety called Orion, which as a table grape is used.