V&G Y Lo Otro También Verdejo
V&G Y Lo Otro También Verdejo
V&G Y Lo Otro También Verdejo

V&G Y Lo Otro También Verdejo


G&V Y lo otro también Verdejo 2018 es un vino blanco aromático de aspecto turbio con potentes fragancias de manzana. En boca es fresco, vivo con notas cítricas y una compleja acidez.


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V&G Y Lo Otro También Verdejo

V&G Y Lo Otro También Verdejo

Fruity, mineral, fun

Body: Medium-Low

Sweetness: Medium

Alcohol: 13.5%






Tasting notes of apple, citrus, mineral.

The Wine: V&G Y Lo Otro También Verdejo

G&V And the other also Verdejo is a natural white wine aged in amphoras made by García & Valencia with the Verdejo variety in the area of Castila and León. Very aromatic with a cloudy appearance with powerful apple fragrances. On the palate it is fresh, lively with citrus notes and a complex acidity.

The producer: G&V

G&V And the other is also the project of Esmeralda García and Joan Valencia. Two winemakers who are committed to natural winemaking who seek special terroirs throughout the Spanish territory to achieve little interventionist and not at all conventional elaborations.
G&V And the other Verdejo also comes from old vineyards planted in sandy-loam limestone soil. A respectful agriculture is practiced, without the use of herbicides, pesticides and chemical products and organic and sustainable products are used. The harvest is manual at the optimum moment of maturation.
In the winery, the grapes of G&V And the other also Verdejo ferment spontaneously with native yeasts and without temperature control in a Georgian Qvevri and a stainless steel tank for 7 months. The wine is bottled without clarification, without filtering and without adding sulfites.
If you are thinking of a conventional Verdejo, forget about G&V And the other also Verdejo. Surprise and naturalness where each bottle is a whole world.

The Region: Castilla León


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