After the grapes have arrived at the cellars, the free-run juices, coming from gentle pneumatic pressing, are settled with the help of the must chiller. The resulting clear must is racked and then fermented at a controlled temperature to bring out the wine’s optimal aromatic expression. When the fermentation is finished, the wine is racked and kept on its fine lees, thus protecting it from oxidation and bringing extra body and smoothness to the wine.
A straw-yellow colour with a green tinge. Intensely aromatic with notes of tropical fruit enveloped by characteristic Verdejo vegetal aromas, such as box-bush and fern. Well-defined fruit flavours linger on the palate enhanced by good acidity.