Ratings and awards
Would put this up there as one of the best value wines I’ve had. Lovely lemon zest and a touch of white pear leads in to tropical aromas of kiwi and passion fruit. Mouth watering acidity. Bought 6 bottles and one week later I only have one left!by: John Forster (02/03/2020) - Vintage 2018
One of the nicest verdejo whites I have tasted
This is a subtle, aromatic clean tasting wine, with a lot more finesse than I usually associate with the verdejo grape. An amazingly reasonable price for the quality, even allowing for the cost of carriage to the UK.by: Philip (08/10/2018) - Vintage 2017
Good, crisp Verdejo
This is a very good example of a Verdejo from Rueda. Not the very best, but very good value for money. Good intensity of herbal flavours with some decent minerality as well.by: mike clee (04/11/2019) - Vintage 2018
great value at the price
excellent fresh and fruity young wine as allways from Rueda with Verdejo. also very well pricedI live in Wales UK. nothing comparable available here.by: Mark (14/04/2017) - Vintage 2016
Verdejo at it's best
This is one of the freshest most enjoyable Verdejo's I have ever tasted. A wine for the summer - with or without food. It is a MUST in you cellar.
With Vetus in DO Toro, the Antón family have now added a third emblematic winemaking region to their group of wineries. As well as Rioja Alavesa (Bodegas Izadi and Bodegas Orben) and Ribera del Duero (Finca Villacreces) they now produce wine in 10 hectares of old limited-production vines in Toro, praised as "the promised land of Spanish wines" by Robert Parker. Bodegas Vetus has worked hard to produce wines with the essence of Toro ever...