Although it is only in the seventies that is enhanced, it is a very old vine, already mentioned in the early 1800s as a likely variety that was going to form the famous blend of "Falerno wine". Very vigorous, of not high fertility of the buds and of good constant production over the years, the vine has an adult glabrous leaf above with a pentagonal cuneiform flap, of green color with bronzed zones near the ribs. The bud has an open apex, with an anthocyanic color while the bunch is of a pyramidal conical shape, with a short elliptic berry, of green-yellow color, semi-sparse. It is a cultivar with a medium late ripening. Wine obtained by vinifying selected grapes and brought to the right amount of ripeness, with an intense aroma of fresh fruit and white flowers with a dry and harmonious flavor, it goes very well with light hors d'oeuvres, fish soups, risottos and rice timbales.