||Leaf: orbicular, medium in size, trilobata and less often pentalobata, petiole breast U with parallel edges or just open; Lateral breasts more or less deep, closed loosely or superimposed on upper edges, while the lower ones are limp and shallow; Corner at the top of the obtuse or seldom acute lobes; Flap just to eaves with revolving lobes; The top of the page, the arachnoid and the lower hairs; The bottom ribs are greenish-yellowish or rarely pinkish to the base, green on top of the page; Convex or plan-convex lateral teeth, broad, slightly pronounced, irregular, mucronate, of green-colored upper, of lighter green below, matte gloss; Bottom bracket; Fourth order ribs not protruding; The median lobe is wide and short.
Bunch: medium or small, 12 to 17 cm in length, clasped, cylindrical or slightly conical, more frequently wedged with a well developed wing to give a double cluster, rarely simple; Long peduncle, thin, with the lowered, herbaceous top, the lower part of the rosy color.
Acino: Medium or small, spheroidal, irregular, with persistent and prominent navel, circular cross-section, pruinous, gray-yellow or gray-amber peel in the sun-turned part, covered with brown, medium or thick punctuation; Colorless juice, juicy pulp in neutral flavor; Medium or short pedicels, of rosewood green, striking, green; Short, yellowish brush; Separation of the pedicle from the just harder.
|Characteristics of the wine obtained from this grape variety
||Straw-yellow wine tending to the golden, fruity scent of mature yellow pulp fruit. The taste expresses a structure based on soft and fresh notes, supported by soft softness and pleasant pseudo-caloric feelings, with a long and pleasant aroma persistence.