An early, spherical grape with packed clusters. It creates wines with good acidity but above all, with good body in the mouth and a great capacity for ageing. Fresh fruit aromas such as green apple and pineapple notes stand out.
White grape with a delicate skin. When produced in conditions to maximise oxygen conservation, it reveals a major potential for tropical flavours, passion fruit and elegant plants such as holly. In colder areas, the mineral notes reveal the best Sauvignon Blancs.
Pinkish skinned grape, however it gives white wine. The grape itself reveals its great potential for floral, rose notes. Medium-bodied wines with intense aroma containing roses and extremely mature fruit.
A late variety, oval-shaped and thick skinned which protects it during its long maturity. It gives wines with medium acidity levels, making them very pleasant and fostering their feeling of volume. Aromatically, they reveal citric notes, such as grapefruit, lavender and when younger, floral notes (white flowers such as jasmine).