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Naia Verdejo 2007

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Naia is crafted from the oldest ungrafted vines of Verdejo (90+ years) on earth, and aged for 8 months in French oak after its stainless steal fermentation. Fresh, lively, and aromatic with superb precision and plenty of crisp. Lemon, honeysuckle-like fruit.

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Bodegas Naia:
Located on the left bank of the river Duero, this winery dedicates itself to the production of high quality white wines from their meticulously cared for vineyards, which were planted three decades ago in the district of La Seca, one of the most highly renowned areas of the region. Bodegas Naia work with old Verdejo vines planted according to the traditional gobelet system of training. Eulogio ... Read more
Located on the left bank of the river Duero, this winery dedicates itself to the production of high quality white wines from their meticulously cared for vineyards, which were planted three decades ago in the district of La Seca, one of the most highly renowned areas of the region. Bodegas Naia work with old Verdejo vines planted according to the traditional gobelet system of training. Eulogio Calleja, an experienced oenologist with extensive knowledge of the region. Read less

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Snooth User: Joshua Nolan
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3.50 5
06/09/2011

My favorite summer time wine. Fruit, light and crisp. Inexpensive and easy to drink.



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Naia is crafted from the oldest ungrafted vines of Verdejo (90+ years) on earth, and aged for 8 months in French oak after its stainless steal fermentation. Fresh, lively, and aromatic with superb precision and plenty of crisp. Lemon, honeysuckle-like fruit.

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