Harvest: Mechanical harvest at night, with manual selection at the winery.

Vineyard: 40 years old, pebbles and loose stone, rich in calcium and magnesium. 

Varietal: Verdejo 100%.

Alcohol: 13% Volume.

Maceration: The grapes are initially cold macerated and only the first press is used, which has been subjected to static waste and fermentation at a controlled temperature between 12º and 14º, to preserve (as far as possible) the characteristics of the Verdejo variety and obtain an elegant and high-finish wine that expresses the complexity and delicacy of the grape.

Type of bottle: Bordeaux.

Tasting Notes:

Appearance: Pale straw, with light green highlights.

On the nose: Elegant and intense, aromas of hay and fennel that give way to subtle notes of white flowers and white fruits (apples).

On the palate: Elegant, intense and complex with balanced acidity and a characteristic bitter finish, typical of Verdejo.

Pairing:  Fish, white meat, seafood, rice and pasta. Serve at 9º to 10º C