Loureira is native to Portugal, and is a typical light –skinned grape variety. In Galicia, across the border of Spain towards the north, this grape variety is grown in a small amount. Typically used as a blending grape, Loureiro adds rich, exotic scents like orange oil and fruit blossom to wines. It is high in acidity and low in alcohol, making it a good counterpart for Treixadura.
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