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Casa Maria White

D.O. Castilla y León, Spain (100% Verdejo) 750ml Download Shelf Talker PDF TASTING NOTES Made from a careful selection of the indigenous grape variety Verdejo, harvested when perfectly ripened. A steely pale-yellow color wine. Delicately fragrant with hints of green apple and fennel. Smooth palate, fresh and dry, with a lingering finish. Pairs well with fresh fish and seafood or as an aperitif with some olives. TECHNICAL NOTES Fermentation Temperature: 15°C Fermentation Period: 21 days Cool Maceration: 12 hours, 6°C Serving Temperature: 6-8°C (42-46°C) CL13.
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Casa Maria Red

D.O. Castilla y León, Spain (100% Tempranillo) 750ml Download Shelf Talker PDF TASTING NOTES Vinified from Tempranillo grapes with an average vine age of 15 years, located in the area of Valladolid near the Duero River. Ruby red color, youthful and brilliant. Red fruit and cream aromas with notes of licorice. On the palate it is powerful and fresh, with hints of berries coming through. TECHNICAL NOTES Maceration: 6 days (with daily delestages and pumping over) Fermentation: 25°C til the Descuve; 20°C thereafter for 10-12 days Serving Temperature: 14-16°C (57-60°C).
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Bodega Agricola Castellana

Casa Maria Red (100% Tempranillo) Casa Maria White (100% Verdejo) Bodega Agricola Castellana, also known as Bodegas Cuatro Rayas, was founded in 1935. 75 years of history and effort have made Cuatro Rayas the reference in Spanish white wines today. Today, Cuatro Rayas produces over 20% of the wine bottled from the Rueda appellation, making it the largest producer with an annual production level of 15 million bottles.  Its wines, drawn mainly from the Verdejo varietal, lead white wine consumption in Spain and also have a large following in foreign markets, with a presence in over 40 countries, including Japan, China, United States, Germany, United Kingdom, Holland, and Mexico. Protected by the fertile waters of the Duero River, the D.O. Rueda is situated at an altitude of between 700 and 850 meters and is subject to long, cold winters, short springs with late frosts, and hot summers.  The D.O. Rueda counts.
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