Also known as the Tinto Aragonés, a land in which the Celts and Iberians drank wine mixed with honey. The Phoenicians and Romans had a large say in the appearance of this variety in Toro, a variety which combines well in blending thanks to the subtlety of its aromas and the creaminess it gives the wines.

With an erect habit and early budding and late ripening, slightly undulated orbicular leaves of a shiny light green and oily appearance, hairless reverse side with a pale green petiole, medium-sized pyramid-shaped racemes which are often set together, and spherical blue-red grapes and fine skin