£13.62/ btl 0.75 L
Details for Belondrade Quinta Apolonia 2019
Bottle size and vintage
Quinta Apolonia is the second white wine from Belondrade. It is the result of blending two wines that are different although from the same grape varietal: the Verdejo. The first is produced from grapes grown in the bodega's youngest vineyards and is slowly fermented in stainless steel tanks under temperature-controlled conditions. The second (almost a third of the coupage) is from wine left to mature for three months on its lees.
This Verdejo wine reveals most clearly the vegetal aromas characteristic of the varietal used in its production, as well as stone fruit (peach and apricot) and a pleasantly refreshing citrus background. On the palate all the richness of the heat comes through. Here is a generous, enveloping, glycerine-touched wine, creamy and unctuous, with a fine acidity that provides a distinct freshness and long-lasting aromas.
We are certainly encountering here a most individual perception of the Rueda Verdejo (although for marketing reasons it does not fall within the D.O) from one of the most highly acclaimed wineries of the region that is definitely worthwhile discovering.
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 9ºC and 10ºC
This is one of the best white wines I have tasted and represents excellent value for money. Floral, citrusy, yet with a subtle roundness- I recommend Belondrade Apolonia thoroughly!by: Wieslaw Milkiewicz (17 Sep) - Vintage 2019
Empfehlenswert für jeden Weinliebhaber, gutes Preis/Leistungsverhältnisby: Jofovi (28 Jul) - Vintage 2019
Es un vino para degustar en momentos especiales, sobre todo para acompañar un buen pescado a la brasa. Es el pequeñonde la bodega pero con caracter. Totalmente recomendable.by: Hippyjohnny (2 Jan) - Vintage 2018
Beautiful crisp white wine.
This is one of the best white wines I have had in a long time. Perfect as an aperitif or to accompany a meal. All round winner.by: Jess Jensen (18/06/2019) - Vintage 2018
My all time favorite wine in Spain. It is a super good value for money and really worth. Of course the Big sister is even better but in general a super good buy.
The Belondrade winery was founded in 1994 by Didier Belondrade, a Frenchman who became enamoured with Spain. His objective was to produce an excellent white wine inspired by the great Burgundy whites, using Rueda’s traditional grape variety, the Verdejo. For several years he worked in rented premises in Nava del Rey, until he was able to open the doors of his new winery in 2000, situated on the actual estate on the outskirts of La Seca. The winery was designed by the Frenc...