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Treixadura – Trajadura

TreixaduraPronounciation:

Treixadura (Spanish) – [http://catas.opaz.net/pronCVS/treixaduraCVS.mp3]
Trajadura (Portuguese) – [http://catas.opaz.net/pronCVS/trajaduraCVS.mp3]

Lightly scented white grape known as Trajadura in Northern Portugal, it can be found most often in the wines of Vinho Verde. In Spain, it can be found in Galicia under the name Treixadura. Typically, it is blended with other grapes such as Albarino, Loureiro, Lado or Torrontas depending on where it is grown. However, it can also stand alone producing light body wines with citrus flavors and aromas.

Search here for tasting notes from wines made with Treixadura: Treixadura Wine Tasting Notes

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