||Leaf: almost large, pentagonal, trilobate and rarely five-lobed; Petiole breast in lira, open; Superior elliptical lateral breasts, semi-closed and also with overlapping, moderately deep margins; Lateral lateral veins below V, open, or ellipsoid, closed, shallow; Upper page glabra, green, wrinkled; Bottom page glabra; Wavy flap, revoluted lobes with angles at right or dull ends; Main ribs on the bottom page of green, glabrous; Medium to regular teeth, in 1a, 2a or 3a series, with teeth almost small, straight edge margins on one side and slightly convex on the other, close to the base.
Bunch: medium-sized, cylindrical-conical, sometimes winged, tight or semi-tightened for light casting; Short peduncle, medium thickness, herbaceous.
Acino: medium size, oval or sub-oval, regular cross section; Thick, thick skin, black-violet color, very pry-like, medium-noticeable navel; Almost soft and simple flavor; Medium length and thickness pedicel, pinkish green color; Small looking, small, pink; A short, thin brush, greenish, slightly pinkish. Separation of the acorn from the medium of medium difficulty.
|Characteristics of the wine obtained from this grape variety
||It is able to produce color and alcoholic strength in wines with distinctive scents to the territory, tending to delicate aromas of wood and red fruits such as the classic blueberries or the sea that often evolve into complex almost tertiary aromas. On the palate the wines are soft, with good structure and full body, offering velvety feelings.