Portuguese Trajadura is a white wine grape native to Portugal, predominantly grown in the Vinho Verde region. It’s renowned for producing fresh, light-bodied wines that express high acidity, making them perfect for summer sipping. Trajadura wines often exhibit delicate floral aromas alongside hints of citrus and stone fruit. Due to their lively acidity and refreshing palate, they are often enjoyed young. Trajadura is commonly blended with other local grape varieties, such as Arinto and Loureiro, in Vinho Verde wines. But varietal expressions of Trajadura offer an intriguing exploration of this quintessentially Portuguese grape.