Protected by the fertile waters of the Duero River, the D.O. Rueda is situated at an altitude of between 700 and 850 meters and is subject to long, cold winters, short springs with late frosts, and hot summers. The D.O. Rueda counts on a factor more scientific than miraculous: the difference between daytime and night-time temperatures, which is the secret to the balance between the sugar – which the vine produces thanks to the sun - and the acidity that is not lost thanks to the low nightly temperatures. The vineyards of Cuatro Rayas get approximately 2,600 hours of sunshine a year.
The Bitacora Verdejo is a light and delicate, pale golden wine. Clean and bright. Delicately scented nose with aromas of fennel (typical of the variety). The palate is dominated by notes of green apple and banana.
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