This variety is exuberant, internodes are long, light red-brown colour. Leafe has five parts. Cluser is mid size, simple, cylindrical, dense. Berries are mid size, round, often deformed due to the density. Skin is yellow-green with small brown dots on the sunny side. Fruitfulness is high and regular. Ripens early, which is good for overripe and dry grape production for desert wines. Quantity of sugars in mach reaches 20 and over and the total acids content is moderate and is between 5-7g/l.
Aroma of this wine is delicate and pleasant Muscat scent (grape aromas which give nice flowery rose, sage fragance etc). Taste is full and rounded, and Muscat taste stays in a mouth for a long time. The wine is mostly strong or very strong, usually over 12% vol. of alcohol. Because of the high content of sugar in grapes, there’s often nonfermented sugar in wine, so it’s produced ad dry, semi-dry or semi-sweet Muscat. Backlog of sugar in wine emphasises even more it’s fullness and delicacy. Tasting of this wine whether dry or with a backlog of sugar, represents a special enjoyment and it’s also suitable as an aperitif (dry) and as an desert wine. It’s the best at the temperature of 12C, as it’s sensory characteristics (pleasant aroma and delicious taste) are best expressed.