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Cune – Fincas Selection Verdejo

Spain
Castilla y Leon
Wine
White

The Facts

Origins Spain > Castilla y Leon

Appellation Rueda

Varietal Verdejo

Cepage 100% Verdejo

Winemaking Must fermented at controlled temperatures in stainless steel, to preserve primary fruit and floral aromas.

Alcohol Content 13.0 %

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The Character

Tasting Notes The wine is pale yellow with green highlights in color. It is intensely aromatic on the nose, highlighting white flowers and exotic fruits or balsamic notes. On the palate, it is smooth with a pronounced expressivity with a long and fruity aftertaste.

Overall Aromatic & Floral

Mouthfeel Smooth & Fruity

Aromas White flowers, exotic fruits, balsamic.

Pairings Enjoy with seafood, fish, or as an aperitif.

The Story

A young white wine made from Verdejo grapes, fresh and crisp with strong aromatics.

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About Cune

Brand Story

CVNE is one of the most important wine producers of Spain, on account of its illustrious history and its omnipresence in the contemporary Spanish wine scene. Founded by the Real de Asua brothers in 1879, it remains family-owned and family-run, with the latest generation committed more than ever to making great wine in meaningful quantities. Today it still sits on its original site in the wine district, Barrio de la Estación, in Haro, Rioja Alta. The Haro winery comprises a collection of structures and cellars, most dating from the 19th century. Above the cellars are the winemaking, bottling, and shipping facilities, conserved to this day. The winemaking process continues with the same dedication and care as it started in the company’s early days.

Brand Story

CVNE is one of the most important wine producers of Spain, on account of its illustrious history and its omnipresence in the contemporary Spanish wine scene. Founded by the Real de Asua brothers in 1879, it remains family-owned and family-run, with the latest generation committed more than ever to making great wine in meaningful quantities. Today it still sits on its original site in the wine district, Barrio de la Estación, in Haro, Rioja Alta. The Haro winery comprises a collection of structures and cellars, most dating from the 19th century. Above the cellars are the winemaking, bottling, and shipping facilities, conserved to this day. The winemaking process continues with the same dedication and care as it started in the company’s early days.

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