In a nutshell:
A complex, vibrant Spanish white from the Castilian wine region of Rueda
Until the discovery that the local Verdejo grape could make excellent wine in this part of Castilla y León between Madrid and León Rueda wasn't considered a serious wine region. That's long since changed and their whites, and a few reds, are now firmly on the map. In this wine the grapes are sourced from old bush vines planted on gravelly soils and are night harvested to ensure they're cool upon reaching the winery. After fermentation it's kept on its lees for 4 months to yeild a wine with intense aromas of stone fruit, tangerine oil and citrus. It has a rounded and complex palate, with peach and apricot fruit and notes of grass and fennel which leads to bright and lengthy finish.
When to drink:
A very good value wine that's great to drink by itself and is also good with fish, chicken and rice based dishes.
Suitable for Vegans