This is textbook Verdejo. The vines are among the oldest in the region, with deep root systems that penetrate the limestone and mineral subsoils. Medium bodied, has a glorious nose of peach fuzz, Meyer lemon, green apple, and a stony, chalky minerality you’d find in top quality Sancerre. Bright and crisp with a long finish. When a house has rigorous core values and meticulously works to implement them, it certainly pays off. Pair alongside seafood simply prepared like a Hamachi crudo or Little Gem lettuce salad with toasted almonds.