Vigorous plant, robust, fertile, productive, susceptible to mildew, infectious degeneration and jaundice, relatively drought resistant. It shows intense hydrangea under conditions of great vibrancy. Preferred soils lightly limestone, middle fertility and areas with altitude where the variety gives the best of character. Start the germination of early April, and it matures after September 20. Each fruitful Alsomitra bears 2 grapes exceeding 450 gr. Nipples with medium thin florium, Rose white, as a red color, and flesh soft as crisp, supple, sweet and moderately aromatic. In the appropriate soils of mountainous areas and with moderate yields per Prego, Roditis can give remarkable dry wines, with good balance between alcohol and acidity, with a bunion aroma.