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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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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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Bodegas Frutos Villar

Calderona Crianza Calderona Joven Abadia Real Red Abadia Real White Señorio de Balboa The beginning of the professional involvement of the Frutos Villar family in the wine market is to be traced back to the dawning of this century, when on a purely local basis we bought up and sold wine from the region of Toro. Well before the officially demarcated wine regions of Spain, the so-called “Denominaciones de Origen” or “DOs”, came into being, we set up our first winery at Toro in 1920. True to our ideal of renewal and progress, in 1960 we established our second winery in Cigales. Upon the consolidation of the demarcated regions, in 1988 the Frutos Villar family purchased Bodegas Santa Eulalia, a winery belonging to the Ribera del Duero region. At Bodegas Frutos Villar, whilst continuing to make great wines at those of our own vineyards not belonging to any “Denominación de.
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DO Rueda

Bodegas Avelino Vegas The Denomination of Origin Rueda is one of the few European wine growing regions specialized in making white wine and in the preservation and development of the Verdejo, the autochthonous grape variety. Rueda wines are marked by the strong personality of the Verdejo grape, the incorporation of other varieties, and the vineyards themselves, which have learned to survive in a tough, almost hostile, environment in order to give their best to the wine. The Denomination of Origin Rueda was approved by the Ministry of Agriculture on January 12, 1980; it was the first Denomination of Origin to be approved in the Region of Castilla y León, after years of hard work in order to earn acknowledgement and protection for its autochthonous grape variety: the Verdejo. The Denomination of Origin Rueda possesses exceptional natural resources for the production of top-quality wines. Specialised in making internationally renowned white wines. Also,.
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