The shoots don’t have lenticels and are characterised by a circular cross section, a smooth and partially bristly outline and their green colour.
The tendrils are of average length and width, they are green in colour with a bifid structure.
The inflorescences are average size with an elongated simple or compound form.
The flower is a hermaphrodite with a medium sized, globular shaped flower bud.
The leaf is medium size with a five-lobed, pentagonal shape. The petiolar sinus has a U shape while the sides form a closed lyre. The leaf is characterised by a green, smooth and glossy upper blade, and a lighter green lower blade and a serrated margin. The superior and inferior veins are protruding, light green in colour and bristly.
The margin is thin and flat with a smooth surface. The lobes are flat and the angles at the top are pointed. The petiole is light green in colour with pink hues, it is average size, short and smooth and has a cross section with an indistinct canal.
The Susumaniello grape cluster is medium size with a compact appearance and a simple, often compound, elongated, pyramid shape.
It is 18-19 cm in length, the peduncle is visible and woody up until the first branches and the rachis is pale green.
The grape berry is medium size (14-15 mm), spherical and regular.
The style remnant is present, slightly sunken and has a regular, circular cross section.
The skin is highly pigmented and priunose, blue in colour with an inconsistent medium thickness and a homogeneous colour.
The pulp is soft and colourless with an unrefined, neutral taste and its juice has little colour. The pedicel is short and green and the separation between the berry and the pedicel is difficult.
On average there are two grape seeds to every berry, they are large, pear-shaped with a short and large beak.
The cane is long, robust and flexible with few branches, it has resistant bark with an elliptical cross section, a striated, non priunose, smooth surface with flattened knots. The length of the internodes is 8-9 cm, and they are a uniform, light hazelnut colour; the buds are conical; the base of the petioles are curved and protruding with a flat, curved diaphragm and fairly abundant tissue.
The buds are protruding and the wood is difficult to cut.
The vine’s trunk is robust with a knotted stump.