Duquesa de Valladolid Verdejo 2018, Rueda

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Fancy a change but don't know quite where to head?

Bodegas Duquesa de Valladolid is a great place to start. This 100% Verdejo wine is sourced from high altitude vineyards in the Rueda region of northern Spain, It's vivid and tropical on the nose, think pineapple and mango, with a hint of honeysuckle, while the palate is refreshingly crisp and dry, with lively citrus fruit flavours. It's got the best of Sauvignon Blanc with a definite Spanish twist.

Treated with the utmost care to retain the fresh aromatics and ensure all the finest flavours are extracted this should definitely be the next bottle in your case.

There's lots of love about Rueda, wine with mouth-watering tropical pineapple fruit and a crisp, citrusy streaks. Our Verdejo is no exception and takes Rueda white to the next level, as one would expect from a quality winemaker and 15-year-old vines.
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ArrayCrisp Dry White, Unoaked White



Food Match

ArrayChicken, Mediterranean, Shellfish



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The Producer

Duquesa de Valladolid combines the viticultural and winemaking knowhow that winemaker Luisa Freire gained working at Santiago Ruiz in Galicia to elevate the distinctive hint of aromatic herbs and punchy finish of Verdejo to a new level. The grapes are from a 15-year-old vineyard and are harvested during the cool of the evening to ensure freshness.

The Winemaker

Winemaker Luisa Freire ensures optimum freshness in the wines by harvesting at night. The grapes were destemmed and lightly crushed prior to
fermentation, which was at low temperatures for three weeks in order to obtain maximum aromatic extraction. The wine then goes through lees ageing prior to bottling.

The Region

The region of Rueda in northern Spain shares the river Duero with neighbouring Ribera del Duero and not forgetting the Portuguese Douro Valley further downstream. This is the region for the white Verdejo grape, which is planted alongside some Viura and Sauvignon Blanc. Grapes are grown in vineyards at 600 to 800 metres above sea level, where the trellis system has been adopted for 15 to 30 years. The high altitude and gravelly soils means that the wines are very fresh and aromatic for such a warm climate.
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The delicate crab meat calls for a smooth, fruity, floral white or rosé which doesn't overpower the meat - try Southern French rosés
and fruit forward whites with refreshing acidity, such as the Duquesa de Valladolid Verdejo from Rueda.
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Moules Marinières

A classic French dish which is surprisingly versatile with many styles of wine - for a slightly different take, try a ripe, citrussy New World white such as Semillon, or a Verdejo from Spain.
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Cauliflower Steaks with Olive and Herb Salsa

On trend and animal-friendly. Cauliflower steaks are vegan, nutritious and delicious. Especially with this Mediterranean salsa. It's impressive enough to be the focal point of the meal, or will pair beautifully with fresh meat or fish. But, first and foremost, eat these cauli steaks with a glass of Duquesa de Valladolid Verdejo.
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