Verdejo is the grape that put the little region of Rueda on the world wine map, where it’s made into some of Spain’s finest white wines.
A typical young Verdejo wine appears pale greenish yellow in the glass, with flavours to match — fennel, grassy and citrus notes, as well as hints of stone fruits like white peach. Its herby citrus character has much in common with Sauvignon Blanc, and sometimes the two are blended to make aromatic, full-bodied white wines.
This delightful Verdejo (pronounced Ver-De-Ho) is a brilliant yellow colour with light green reflections. Fresh and complex aromas of white fruits pear and peach. An elegant and balanced structure displaying the mild citrus tones of this crisp wine.
This Ramon Bilbao Verdejo (pronounced Ver-De-Ho) from the Rueda region of Spain is yellow-green in colour with medium intensity, it is a clean and brilliant wine. The smell is Intensely fruity, with herbal notes of fennel and aniseed and the presence of citric aromas and white flowers.