Neutral and clean, with green banana and apple aromas. The palate is fleshy but maintains its vivacity along with apple, peach and pithy, bitter flavors. It’s lush for a Verdejo-Viura blend, with a finish that goes on and on.
Light, minerally and fresh smelling, with a note of lime and cured ham. Feels and tastes like pure citrus, with hits of pear, honeydew and ripe apple poking through. Juicy and fresh stuff.
A big step down from the past two vintages. This Verdejo lacks fortitude and clarity; it’s grassy and flat on the nose, then cloying on the palate. Flavors of bland citrus are disjointed and underwhelming. Finishes grassy and green.