Pamid is a light-skinned red wine grape variety and one of the most common grape variety in Bulgaria in the past, suitable for consumption, both fresh and for wine production. After the introduction of the new, promising for country varieties Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot in the late '60s, the area occupied by this variety decreased sharply. It has a bright red colour and from it are obtained ordinary, light red table wines, which are fit for consumption immediately after fermentation. It has low acidity and low extract, which is why it is not suitable for long ageing. Pamid is commonly blended with other grape varieties. Insignificant plantings of the Pamind can be found as well in Romania.