£8.29/ btl 0.75 L
Details for José Pariente Verdejo 2019
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A wine that is rich in nuances and extremely pleasant, with a degree of oiliness and everything you would expect from a Verdejo, such as freshness, good acidity, grassy and floral aromas, and that characteristic slight bitterness. The wine, named after the father of one of the winery's joint owners, does not distance itself in any respect from the quality white wines coming out of Rueda, and remains firmly in keeping with the winery's fine standards. Definitely a Verdejo worth highly recommending.
A golden colour in the glass with greenish highlights, while on the nose it delights the drinker with all the aromas associated with the Verdejo varietal: peach, fennel, tropical fruits, grass... Fresh, unctuous and mineral in the mouth. In essence, this is a pure reflection of the Verdejo grape and great white wines from Rueda.
Salads with soft cheese / Seafood cocktail / Smoked fish
- Optimum serving temperature:6ºC
A taste so lovely, not too strong, not too soft. The 'middle' is the way we like.by: Roly Craig (10/12/2020) - Vintage 2019
Discovered at Casa Pablo, Aranquez...it was just the ambience!by: Martin Hammond (24/09/2020) - Vintage 2019
A classy Verdejo
We have enjoyed this wine in restaurants in Spain for at least 10 years. Love that we can buy it in GB through Vinissimus. Always an enjoyable drink, particularly with food as it stands up well to stronger flavoursby: David H (20/08/2020) - Vintage 2019
One of the best Rueda Verdejos
Had lots of good Rueda Verdejo and this is one of the best at under 10€ a bottle. Strong rounded taste, decent length, acid and fruit in nice proportionsby: KO’B (28/07/2020) - Vintage 2019
A great all round Verdejo
This wine will satisfy even the most discerning Verdejo connoisseur! A great wine at an affordable price!
Bodegas José Pariente
Bodega José Pariente started up in the 1960s, realising the dream of a vine grower, José Pariente. Passionate about his land and its star variety, the Verdejo, he began to produce hand-crafted wines. In 1998, his daughter Victoria, having inherited that same passion and being a qualified oenologist, established the present winery with the intention of making superior white wines and thus paying homage to her father. And so the story continues: Martina is the third generation ...