The Spanish name for the Portuguese varietal Trajadura. Treixadura is most often found in the D.O. of Ribeiro in Galicia, in the northwestern corner of Spain. Treixadura is usually blended with one of the other many grapes that grow in this cool region famous for its crisp, dry whites, most notably the varietals Torrontes, Lado, Viura and Albariño. Treixadura is famous for producing wines that are light, finessed and full of citrus fruits and white flowers.