And really not sure if it is just variety of phitranha or hybrid, I was only said that it could be or possibly it is a hybrid of p. phitrantha and p. aureana.
According to information from those who collected this variety of Jaboticaba sapucaia, Sapucaia name is given by the place of collection of the species, the city of Sapucaia in the State of Rio de Janeiro, and for having leaves similar to the Sapucaia most common of the State of Rio de Janeiro Lecythis Pisonis.
I have Jaboticaba Sapucaia in production, and the fruit is sweet and with very small seeds, very red bud, a beautiful tree.
Believed it was a Plinia Phitranta typeJohn - it is as I was said a probable hybrid of p. aureana x p. phitrantha, the fruit should be in top tasties jabos, very sweet.
You can check the FB https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1441313169471381&set=a.1441280299474668.1073741827.100007781359228&type=3
it have the name derivated from Lecythis sp. due to the new red foliage.