||Leaf: large, quinquelobata, with petiole breast in lira, often closed; Upper side breasts quite deep; Often closed, shallow lower, open; Upper side glabra, with short hairs on the ribs, underside glabra, also with hair on ribs; Flap slightly wavy, sometimes slightly bent; The surface of the matt flap, with some bollosity; Protruding ribs, green; Irregular teeth, not very sharp, dark green color.
Bunch: larger than medium or large (20 to 25 cm long); Conical-pyramid, winged with 2 (and sometimes 3) wings; Medium tight; With a rather long and thick peduncle, semi-woody; Mid-size, green pedicels; Evident searches, green; Medium brush, pale pink.
Acino: more than medium, spheroid, sometimes tending to discoid (slightly flattened); Persistent navel, slightly infused, circular section; Very pry skin, dotted; Of black color with blue reflections; Rather thick; Fat pulp, juicy; Slightly rose juice; Simple taste (rather insipid); Medium-easy separation from the pedicle.
||Resistance to diseases and other adversities: remarkable cold resistance and climatic adversity in general; However, it is rather the autumn moisture, so that in wet vines (very rare though in the Aosta Valley), they sometimes complain of sudden and severe rotations for Botrytis cinerea. Slight subject to casting; But more often to the placement (green). Rather stuck by the tinnitus, and, like cryptogamic diseases, by the ojio.