||Leaf: pentagonal-orbicular, slightly elongated (lanceolate lobe), of medium size, tri-quinquelobata, sometimes eptalobata (sometimes even almost entirely in the basal part of the trunk); Open pectoral (open limb) breast, with lateral upper middle muscles, deep, flat, with edges touched or not; Shallow lower side, V; Flap somewhat wavy and bulky; Medium-marked lobes, slightly lanceted that terminal, with revolving edges; Corner at the top of the rather intense upper lobes; Top green leaf, glabra, a bit opaque; Lower gray-green page, with light felt on the flap and mixed wool with bristles on ribs; Green ribs above, partially red on insertion and appearing on the bottom; Little pronounced, irregular teeth, convex margins, mucronates.
Bunch: medium size, compact, often a bit curved; 15-20 cm long, cylindrical-pyramidal (sometimes truncated conic), winged with 1 or 2 wings, rarely composed; Visible peduncle, as it is a bit short, woody; Raspo mezzano, groso; Short pedicels, greens first and reddish at the ripening of the fruit; Average-looking, brown-purple; Short brush, vinous red. The acinar is well-welded to the pedicle.
Acino: medium, spheroidal (slightly elongated), of regular shape, circular cross section; Very pruinous skin, bleu-black, thick, coriacea, astringent, protruding and persistent navel; Slightly fleshy, simple, sweet, acidic, astringent flavor; Colorless juice.
|Characteristics of the wine obtained from this grape variety
||From the ravenous piave you get an intense ruby red wine, with a delicate, fruity young floral fruity scent of marasca and violet and dried fruit, more pronounced in time. The taste is dry, softer and warm, with a good texture, with a strong acidity and tanniciness a little rustic, which tend to bevel with refinement.