Bodegas Naia is located in the village La Seca, which is considered the Grand Cru of the D. O. Rueda and where some of the oldest vineyards of this Denomination of Origin can be found. The bodega’s objective since its inception has been to select the oldest Verdejo vines and make great white wines in an area with a proven potential for this purpose
TASTING NOTES from the winery:
Looks: Straw-yellow colour wine.
Nose: …Citric aromas and stone fruits, such as peach or apricot, and notes of fennel. It is a complex wine on the nose that evolves aromatically in the glass by releasing different nuances.
Taste: Balanced, dense and unctuous on the palate. It is a wine with structure and distinctly full on the palate.
WINEMAKING: Harvesting is carried out manually. A first maceration of the entire grape is carried out in a cooling chamber. The grape undergoes a selection process before a cold maceration of the de-stemmed grape All fermentation in barrels. A batonnage is carried out during the barrel-ageing process.
WINE AGEING: 7 months in lees in French oak barrels. 100% French oak barrels with a
GRAPE VARIETY: 100% Verdejo
Laura Sanz, winemaker