Bodegas Piedra Verdejo Rueda
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Region: Rueda, Spain
Grape varieties: 100% Verdejo
Bodegas Piedra Verdejo Rueda is a clean and bright Spanish white wine filled with notes of fresh lemon and lush tropical fruit. 3 months of lees aging gives this wine a roundness while the zesty acidity allows for balance.
Song: The Moon by The Microphones
Chilled Whites and Rosés (48°–52°)
Low Sulfur (less than 50mg/L)
Trapical Wine Imports
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ABOUT THE PRODUCER
About Bodegas Piedra Verdejo Rueda
Bodegas Piedra Verdejo Rueda is a clean and bright Spanish white wine filled with notes of fresh lemon and lush tropical fruit. 3 months of lees aging gives this wine a roundness while the zesty acidity allows for balance. Native yeast fermentation of organic Verdejo grapes for 12 days in stainless steel tanks. Light filtration before bottling.
About Bodegas Piedra
Bodegas Piedra is the Stein family’s dream, who wanted to turn their passion into reality: to produce excellent quality wines. In 1997, after a successful legal career in the Cayman Islands, Grant Stein decided to start up his own winery and he started his search for land under vine in many different countries. His search ended in the Spanish region of Toro, where he saw enormous potential.
There he acquired the largest parcel of old vines in the Toro Denomination of Origin and opened the doors to his new winery, Bodegas Piedra, in 1999. The Stein family is at the head of an excellent team of highly qualified professionals who ensure that their passion for wine is reflected every day in a quality product, a wine that represents the character of the Duero region.
Piedra wines have been created to delight the senses, to celebrate life and friendship. With a wide range of wines in continuous expansion, our wines meet the demands of various palates. From young and natural wines made without sulfites or any additive treatment to wines to appreciate the value of time and maturity, expressing the best of an ancient vineyard in the Toro region.