Verdejo (a fairly obscure Spanish white) is the star of the show here. Equal parts citrus, stone fruit and green apple - with bright acidity that helps to keep things fresh and crisp. The finish helps frame the grape's tell-tale minerality.
This is one of a handful of Verdejos that you can actually find outside of Spain. We discovered this grape in Rueda (which is its birthplace) and fell in love with it. It took some time to find it here (after a fair bit of work and a lot of luck). Now for the particulars. After harvest and fermentation (all in stainless steel), the wine was aged for seven months. The final alcohol content is 11.8% by volume and a total of 102 cases were produced.