Three and a half glasses
My favorite summer time wine. Fruit, light and crisp. Inexpensive and easy to drink.
Straw color with lemon pie and steely mouthfeel. Slightly aromatic, but still clings on to a subtle creaminess.
Very, very pale straw, almost translucent, in color. Aromas of apples, pears, and lemon pith. These are echoed in the flavors, which finish on a slightly bitter note. If you serve it too cold there will be almost no flavor at all, just a citrus impression. Let it warm up a bit, and the orchard fruits do come out, along with an almond edge underneath.
I expected this wine to much more tart and acidic than it was. It was citrusy in the aromas, and the flavors had citrus (lemon, grapefruit) but also peach notes. I agree with earlier taster that this is a very good, simple "patio" wine for summer. Nothing deep or complicated, just simple and good.
Medium body, a little bit of citrus, reliable value, great aperitif
External Reviews for Naia Verdejo
The aroma is light offering fresh herbs floral notes. On the palate there are notes of grapefruit, white peaches, green grass and lime. Showcases a crisp, clean finish.
Bright fruit flavors of grapefruit, lime and kiwi accented by a pronounced herbaceousness. A long dry finish with crisp acidity completes the tasting.
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