Region: Rueda, Spain
This is a straw-yellow colour wine. On the nose, it recalls citric aromas and stone fruits, such as peach or apricot, and notes of fennel. It is a complex wine on the nose that evolves aromatically in the glass by releasing different nuances. Balanced, dense and unctuous on the palate. It is a wine with structure and distinctly full on the palate.
About the Winery
Regarding to the climat, the region of Rueda sits within a continental and Mediterranean area of influence. Due to its altitude (between 700-800 metres above sea level), it suffers extreme seasonal changes of temperature, with a difference of almost fifty degrees centigrade between the harsh winter and the dry, hot summer. In addition, the rainfall is scarce, registering an average annual precipitation that never exceeds 500 litres. These values turn the vines into natural survivors and favour a balance between the alcohol and acidity levels of the Verdejo clusters.
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