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Characteristics of Cune Verdejo
Cune Verdejo is a white wine produced by the winery CVNE in D.O. Rueda.
CVNE (Winemaking Company of Northern Spain), is an old winery of Barrio de La Estación, in Haro. It was founded in 1879.
Currently, CVNE manages around 545 hectares, located in the subareas of La Rioja Alta, La Rioja Alavesa and in other denominations of origin. The vines where this winery gets their grapes to produce their wines are planted on clayey-calcareous, clayey-ferrous and alluvial soils, with a predominant Atlantic climate.
Cune Verdejo is a white wine made from the Viura grape variety. After soft pressing, they produce the free-run must. Fermentation is carried out in stainless steel deposits at a controlled temperature.
Cune Verdejo is a fresh, flowery and fruity wine. The white fruit stands out, with pineapple and peach, and herbal notes that are very elegant. In the mouth it is soft and lingering.
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.
Cvne is the winery that gave rise to the company in 1879. And it still retains its original site: the wine Station District of Haro in Rioja Alta. The Haro winery consists of a set of buildings and drafts, most of the nineteenth century, arranged around a courtyard. Above them were built pavilions processing, bottling and shipping of wine that are now preserved.