The Viura wine grape is very resistant to frost and other weather elements. Although it is vulnerable to certain diseases, these can be quickly healed. Due to this, its cultivation has been very increased at Spain in recent years.
So much so, that many Spanish Designations of Origin such as Macabeo, or Viura Wine Grape, share its main production. Sometimes it is used to make various coupages with other varieties, even inks. Since the wines made from Viura Wine Grape are not usually very alcoholic; its average graduation ranges from 9% to 10.5%, always depending on the fermentation time.
Viura wine grape vine provides high yields and the leaves are large and yellow. The bunch is small and the berries that sprout from it have a colour that is lies between green and gold. These rounded grapes are not excessively large but their skins are thick and upright.