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Oinoz Verdejo, D.O. Rueda Spain.

Refreshing and elegant wine. A single varietal wine that demonstrates the potential of the Verdejo of Castilla la Vieja. Displays a pale straw yellowish colour with vivid greenish hues, clean and very bright. Its bouquet is intense and clean; fruit from the tropical range in harmony with white floral scents amid tones of hay and fresh grass with aniseed touches. Good structure on the palate with good balance and a touch of acidity that lends a notable freshness in perfect harmony with the alcohol, concluding with an elegant, fruity finish. An enduring wine, with balanced bitterness at the finish and a long aftertaste.

 Tagua Chardonnay, Chile White Wine.

Golden yellow color. On nose the notes of tropic fruits stand out, like pineapple and mango, plus an interesting touch of fresh apple. The palate is soft, but with a body present, acidity is very low, recommended to drink cold on springs evennings.

 Melior Sauvignon Blanc, D.O. Rueda Spain.

Wet and mild winter, followed by a hot spring, with an absence of rainfall and some drought, and budding on the vine in the first fortnight of May, with the cycle of a normal year. Dry and mild summer, without extremes of heat, which delayed the ripening process by at least 15 days compared to a normal year. Very slow but balanced final ripening, punctuated by spells of rain, with the harvest extending throughout October.

Melior Verdejo, D.O. Rueda Spain.

Melior Verdejo is a cool and elegant wine. It has a pale straw-yellow colour with greenish hues and is a clean wine notable for its brightness. Its aromas are intense, sharp and elegant; fruity tones from the tropical range in harmony with floral notes of white flowers and scents of hay and fresh grass. On the palate it has a medium structure in excellent harmony with a calibrated acidity that lends notable freshness, with an elegant fruit sensation and a smooth bitterness at the finish.

Yllera Verdejo, D.O. Rueda Spain.

100% Verdejo. Grape sorting in the vineyard. Mechanical night harvest (to preserve freshness of the grape). Exclusively juice from the first press in pneumatic press. Cold skin contact maceration for 8 to 12 hours. Alcoholic Fermentation controlled at 17℃ (62℉) in stainless steel vats. Must settling and cold stabilisation before bottling. Prefermentative Maceration: Pellicular cold maceration for 8 to 12 hours.

Gorgorito Verdejo, D.O. Rueda Spain

Aromatic, refreshing acidity which makes the wine very lingering on the palate. Well-structured with balsamic touches coming through intensely in the finish together with grapefruit notes.

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