||Leaf: large, pentagonal, quinquelobata; Well developed and deep lobes; Petiole breast, limbs, deep lateral breasts, closed lira, with superimposed upper edges; The slightly underscored V-shaped, sometimes deep and U-shaped, revolving lobes, corner at the top of the upper acute lobe; Surface of the smooth flap; Top page of green cargo, matt, glabra; Fluffy bottom, light green; 1st and 2nd order ribs just aracnoid in the bottom and light green, protruding ribs of 1st, 2nd and 3rd order; Irregular, sharp teeth, sometimes with mucron, developed.
Bunch: large, pyramidal in the basal part and with short wings, cylindrical with apical abutment with curved and expanded tip; Clasped or spatulate; Visible, herbaceous peduncle with red hues; Short pedicels, medium robust, green with noticeable green color; Short brush; Separation of the acorn from the pedicle is not too difficult.
Acino: small, regular, subtropical; Circular cross section; Persistent and prominent navel; Pruinous peel of yellowish, consistent green; Juicy or just crisp flesh, neutral flavor.
||Generally the palate is lovable in youth, but after the first year it is approaching the dry. The structure of the body is light, sometimes softer and slightly spicy. Clearly acidic, the Fox's wines were first experimented with wood refinement, then decided for the best steel and left the characteristics of the wine unaltered, unlike the oak that instead tended to cover them without adding improvements.