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The name Síria is believed to have originated from the town of Cerceal, located in the Bairrada region of Portugal, where the grape was historically known as "Cerceal Branco" and later adopted the name Síria
Varietal Origin: Roupeiro, also known as Síria, is a white grape variety that is primarily grown in Portugal, particularly in the Alentejo and Vinho Verde regions. It is also found in other wine-producing regions such as Spain and Brazil.
Typical Taste Profile: Roupeiro/Síria wines are known for their fresh and crisp character with moderate acidity. They typically exhibit flavors of citrus fruits, such as lemon and lime, as well as floral and herbal notes. Roupeiro/Síria wines are usually unoaked, which allows the pure expression of the grape's flavors and aromas.
Regional Styles: In Portugal, Roupeiro/Síria is often used as a blending grape in white blends, particularly in the Vinho Verde region where it can add freshness and acidity to the wines. In Alentejo, Roupeiro/Síria is also used as a varietal wine, where it can showcase its characteristic citrus and floral notes in a crisp and refreshing style.