It is a foreign variety that is widely distributed all over the peninsula. It was introduced into the Certificate of Origin in the 20th century after the oidium and phylloxera plagues. Its production has been decreasing for a few decades in favour of native varieties.

Very fertile creeping freightage variety, productive with medium sprouting and ripening period, it adjusts to dry soil very well and needs a good sun exposure. It is highly susceptible to mildew, moderately to Botrytis and oidium.

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This variety produces simple, low-expressive wines, with a low alcohol content and acidity and experiences a tendency to oxidative evolution.