This native grape of La Rioja is a genetic mutation from Tempranillo and was authorized by the D.O.Ca. Rioja in 2008. It was discovered in an old vineyard in Murillo de Río Leza (La Rioja) in 1988. Clusters are medium-sized and loose, and the berries are also medium-sized and slightly flattened. It is known for its high acidity and intense flavours of citrus, tropical fruit and floral notes.