The Rueda Designation of Origin, located in the central sector of the depression formed by the Duero River, was born in 1980, but the Verdejo grape has been living in the Rueda D.O. for centuries.
It rises between 700 and 800 meters above sea level, with flat but high lands, which support cold and very long winters, short springs with late frosts and hot and dry summers, only altered by inopportune storms due to its continental climate.
On the other hand, the difference in temperature between day and night is the secret of the balance between the sugar that the grape gains with the sun and the acidity that it does not lose during the cool night.
Sprouting is usually late, and pruning can continue until March or early April.
The aroma and taste of the Verdejo has hints of low bush grass, with fruity touches and excellent acidity.