Thought to have originated in North Africa, Verdejo has found a hospitable climate and soil in central Spain. Full-bodied and aromatic, this wine is often compared to Sauvignon Blanc.
One of Spain's most popular cultivated white wines, Verdejo should hold a place in any wine enthusiast's collection. In order to qualify as Verdejo the grape in question must account for at least 50% of the juice in the bottle.Learn more about Spanish Verdejo.
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