- It is one of the most widely used varieties in Spain. It is said that it comes from the Ebro River basin or from the Valencia region.
it is named Viura in many places. Also Alcañón, Blanca de Daroca, Lloza, Viuna, Subirat…
creeping nature, shoot with a flat surface, yellowish – brown color with a mauve bloom covering the knots. Large tendril.
big, soft, pentagonal and very lobed shapes. The reverse is downy. It turns yellow at the end of autumn.
de tamaño mediano y forma esférica. De color verde amarillento que pasa a dorado en su madurez.
small number of bunches but large in size (25 cm), with a pyramidal shape and compact aspect.
late budding and maturation. High performance. Resistant to frost and drought(it grows on sunny hills fairly well).
- Sensitive to mildew, oidium and mainly to botrytis, which hinders its cultivation on hills and too elevated areas.