||Leaf: medium size, pentagonal, trilobata (sometimes also pentalobata); Petiole breast open V-U; Medium lateral upper middle breasts, lower lateral sinuses just mentioned, or V; Corner at the top of the rectangular lobe; Slightly pronounced lobes with the edges facing down; Flat flap, often; Top intense green, dull, bollosa; Gray bottom page, aracnoidea; Rimmed ribs, green with red base; Slightly pronounced teeth, mucronized, convex margins on one side.
Bunch: Quite small (10-12 cm long), cylindrical or cylindrical-conical, sometimes slightly curved, thin, often with a wing, compact; Short peduncle, herbaceous, rose on one side, thin; Short pedicels, thin, green; Average-looking, red-vinous, smooth; Small, rose-colored brush.
Acino: generally medium (the size is very uneven on the same cluster), spheroid; Pruinose, blue-black peel, a bit thick, consistent with persistent navel; Juicy pulp, soft, simple flavor, slightly acidic.
|Characteristics of the wine obtained from this grape variety
||The perfumes here are also the Lambrusco's classic, always fruity with small red fruits surrounded by delicious hints of vinegar and must. The fresh olfactory range is also reflected on the palate, which is balanced by a saphenous vein. The acidity is rich, refreshing, for a simple wine to drink, clearly young. The body, however, is average, made light by low alcohol content.