SightPale yellow with green hues. Very bright.NoseMedium-high intensity, intense varietal aromas, notes of fresh fruit and hints of white flowers. It is expressive and fresh.TasteFresh step which is expressive and is marked by good acidity. It is tasty and balanced.
SightPretty and intense straw yellow colour with greenish reflections. Pristine and very bright.NoseClean nose, of medium-high intensity characterised by intense aromas of the grapes. Fresh fruit and white flowers stand out. Expressive and fresh.TasteSimilar to the nose. Expressive and fresh marked by a good acidity and an expressive grape flavour. Tasty and balanced.
SightBeautiful and intense straw yellow colour with greenish reflections. Clean and very bright.NoseClean nose, medium-high intensity characterized by intense varietal aromas. Fresh fruit and white flowers stand out. Expressive and fresh.TasteIn the mouth, it follows the same patter than in the nose. It is expressive, with a fresh mid-palate marked by a great acidity and expressive varietal load. Tasty and balanced.
SightStraw yellow with green hues. Brilliant. NoseIntense aromas. Stresses the tropical fruit and white blossoms. Anise and herbs nuances. TasteVery fresh and tasty. Return of the feelings that we found in the nose. Silky. Good balance between acidity and bitterness at the end.
SightYellow with green reflections.NoseSmells of flowers and citrus sensations.TasteFat mouth, glyceride and tasty.
The D.O. Rueda is a denomination spanning across Castilla y León, along the River Duero and its tributaries. It is mainly white wines that are produced in this D.O., and Verdejo grapes are by far the most popular variety. With hints of flowers, fruit, scrub herbs and very fine aromas, these grapes give the wine a very strong personality.
It is safe to say that Telmo Rodríguez has the reputation of being one of the pioneers and best "driving winemakers", that is, winemakers that travel to different areas to produce wines from the same harvest, using only native varieties from their original regions, apart from paying special attention to the recovery of abandoned vineyards. Currently, Telmo Rodríguez, who enjoys being a winemaker more than an oenologist, is known in the wine industry for being one of the promoters of Spanish winemaking.