The appearance is brilliant almond-yellow colored with greenish reflections. The aroma is intensely fruity with aromas of fennel, floral and scrubland with a background of anise. On the palate it is equally fruity and fresh, with a glycerine-like feel, it is flavorful and structured. Glutinous and sweet with a touch of bitterness at the end, it lends the elegant characteristics of the Verdejo varietal. Pairs well with light cheeses and Serrano ham. Ideal with fish, seafood, pasta, rice and white meat dishes.
My sisters and I went on a 10 day trip to Spain/Portugal. This wine was by far our favorite wine of the trip. This wine, suggested by a waiter a restaurant in Madrid, is crisp and fruity without being overwhelming or sweet. It is very refreshing on a hot day! It became our quest to get this wine in back in the States. I was so happy to find it on wine.com!