||Leaf: large, five-lobed, with lobes and very marked breasts, closed petiole breast, deep, closed lateral sinuses, sometimes overlapped edges, lower, less deep, sometimes almost closed, often with lower lateral sinuses; Upper lip glaze, inferior with fluffy, diffuse, bristling ribs on the ribs, which are of light green color, wavy flap, bent almost to the cup, revolving lobes; Very pronounced tooth, with sharp teeth in double series; The color of the dark, opaque green flap.
Bunch: medium size, truncated cone, winged (mostly with only one wing), medium tight, sturdy peduncle, green, medium, green pedicels; Little noticeable, green with reddish-brown; Medium brush, green.
Acino: medium or less, round or sublimed, with a slightly pruinose skin, dark purple red (with fulvus reflexes), rather thin; Juicy flesh, simple flavor; Almost colorless (slightly amber) juice.
|Characteristics of the wine obtained from this grape variety
||The color, first very clear, becomes a nice ruby that tends to garnet with time. The olfactory range is vinous, with beautiful floral fragrances of delicate roses and violets, with fruity strawberry and currant tips. The palate remains delicate, soft, but with a beautiful body made of tannins that make it slightly bitter, balanced however by excellent velvety veins.