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Boada Campo De Bueyes Verdejo Rueda 2016

"Lovely straw yellow colour with a steely green tint. Clear aromas which combine a variety of flavours such as green apples, grapefruit lemon zest, medlars and lychees together with hints of moos and hay and a touch of aniseed coming through. Very well structured with perfectly balanced acidity which gives the wine great freshness. Full-bodied. Long and complex finish revealing an array of flavours ending with that typical Verdejo bitter touch." —winemaker
$9.99 $7.99 (Save $2.00)

Bodegas Protos Rueda Verdejo 2018

"The freshness of this wine will not leave you indifferent. Its secret? The verdejo grape variety, its balance between alcohol content and acidity, its maceration and its fermentation. A complete process!. AGEING on fine lees for 3 months. Greenish straw color, bright and clean. Powerful, fruity with green apple, citrus and tropical fruits, white blossoms, fragrant herbs and fennel hints. Very fresh, with good acidity, flavorful, fruity, well balance, complex, with a long finish and slightly bitter aftertaste.
$15.75 $11.99 (Save $3.76)

Shaya Sauvignon Blanc 2018

"Enticing and delicate aromas of tropical fruits, wild flowers, green apple and citrus peel exude from the glass. The palate offers white peach, green melon and grapefruit complementing a crisp acidity." —winemaker
$11.49 $8.99 (Save $2.50)

Telmo Rodriguez Basa Rueda Verdejo 2017

"Basa is one of the pioneering wines to show the expression of a grape variety, the "Verdejo" that adapted to a continental climate, gives rise to a direct, fresh and expressive wine." —winemaker
$16.25 $12.49 (Save $3.76)

Vina El Portalon Rueda Verdejo 2017

"This wine takes its name from the vineyard from which the grapes are sourced. (The name of the vineyard comes from long ago, when to access the vineyard was through a big stone portal; the local people started to call it Viña El Portalón—literally, Big Door Vineyard—and the name stuck.) From sandy soils, and vineyards planted in high altitude, this verdejo made in stainless enchanted us with its floral, expressive aromas and rich palate. The grapes are de-stemmed crushed carefully, so as not to extract bitter and tannic flavors from the seeds; cold maceration for 6-8 hours. Fermented in steel and stays on lees for 3 months before bottling." —importer
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