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Sitios de Bodega Con Class Verdejo 2011

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    The color is light straw with a slight greenish tint. Aromas: Grapefruit, gooseberries, grassy notes and hints of pineapple. In the mouth, this is a light-bodied, tart, juicy white, with citrus (lemon and grapefruit), herbal flavors and a refreshing crisp finish.

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    Sitios de Bodega

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    Sitios de Bodega, , Spain
    Sitios de Bodega
    For six generations, the Sanz family has been making wines in the Rueda region of Spain. In 2005, Ricardo Sanz created started producing his wines under the new Sitios de Bodega label. The project distinguishes his modern approach from that of his father, who still produces wines under different labels.

    Rueda is located in northwestern Spain - just south of the River Duero, not far from the Portuguese border. Scorched bare by retreating Moors in the... View More

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