Pungent, grassy and ultrafresh, with citric aromas and textbook scents of wild grass, nettles and passionfruit. The palate is similar, with passionfruit, green melon and citrus front and center. The feel is wet and flashy, and overall this is a very nice wine to match with salads, fish and the like.
Mineral, citrus, natural vanilla and grass aromas send this still-kicking Verdejo on its way. The palate is all about apple and citrus, and the feel is more polished than edgy. Seems as if it’s flattening and losing some steam, so drink now.
Aromas of cactus pad, green apple and jalapeño are true Verdejo, while the palate brings citrusy, melony fruit as well as chalky, minerally dryness. Tastes a bit like white grape skins, with tangerine and lemon on the finish.