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Region: Rueda


Rueda is a Spanish wine region that is located in Castile and León. The region is made up of 72 municipalities and is known for fine white wines that are produced from the verdejo grape. Centered around the town of Rueda, and in the province of Valladolid, it is situated on a high flat plain between 1968 and 2559 feet above sea level. The Duero River flows through the region from east to west.

Wine production in Rueda dates back to the 11th century. King Alfonso VI offered titles to settlers as the area was recently reconquered. Many people accepted and founded monasteries with vineyards. Back in the 18th century the region was devoted exclusively to the Verdego grape. Between 1890 and 1922, phylloxera destroyed almost half of the vines, but was replanted in the late 1920’s.

Rueda has a continental climate with long and hot summers, and cold winters. The region is also influenced by Atlantic maritime. Temperatures can vary and sometimes drop to 32° during the winter. It is not unusual to see the mercury rise to 86° during the summer. The average rainfall is 15.7” per year with 2,700 hours of sunlight.

Soils in Rueda are alluvial with high lime content near the Duero River. To the south, the topsoil is sandy and brown with clan and gravel subsoil.


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Palacio de Bornos Frizzante Verdejo NV

Pale Yellow color with fresh green tones.
Very aromatic, with citrus, tropical fruit, tangerine, lemongrass and lemon thyme. Fruity notes with anise and minerals, typical of the Verdejo grape. Fresh in the mouth, the wine is slightly fizzy, with an excellent balance between acidity and sweetness.

100% Verdejo from the Rueda region. 

Vine density: 2,222 vines per hectares
Yield: 9,000 kilos per hectares
Machine harvested
Selected yeast
Fermentation lasts between 6 and 8 days.
Total Acidity: 6.8 g/liter

Pairs with appetizers, dessert or light meal.

Palacio de Bornos Verdejo Rueda Blanco 2016

Palacio de Bornos Verdejo Rueda is made from 100% Verdejo.

Mechanical and manual harvest. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature of 15-16º C for 18 to 20 days. Cold stabilization, filtration. Clay and limestone with small round stones.

Straw-like yellow color with fresh green tones.

Hugely aromatic, with tropical fruit, tangerine, lemongrass and lemon thyme. Fruity notes with anise and minerals, typical of the Verdejo grape. Full in the mouth, well structured, dense and persistent with a lingering aftertaste. The wine has great length and a delicious mouth-filling richness, and finished with a precise acid cut. 
As a light aperitif, ideal at any time of the day, with a tapas or small snack, with Pasta al Pesto, Mousse of Tuna fish and lime..

Enjoy with everything from sushi to spicy Cajun shrimp!



Ossian Verdejo 2014

An old vines Verdejo barrel fermented with a different to what we are used to in the white variety of this expression. It has a remarkable complexity resulting in smoothness and depth of a high-end white. Very suitable for cellaring.

Color: Old golden yellow color with greenish reflections.
Aromas: Complex, toasty aromas, nuts, dried fruit.
Flavors: Large, creamy, spicy, balanced and voluminous.

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