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Region/ Sub-Region: Spain, Castilla y Leon, D.O. Rueda.

Grapes: 100% Verdejo. 35-year-old vines grown in terraces over the Duero River.

Soil: Sandy-loamy soil.

Vinification: Fermentative cryo-maceration at 46ºF. Alcoholic fermentation at 64ºF in steel containers.

Aging: After fermentation, the wine rests in a tank on its lees for two months before bottling.

Nose: Candied lemon, tropical fruit flavors, green olives and white flower notes.

Taste: Dry white wine. Crisp, ripe citrus fruits, complex with good grip, refreshing and focused.

Color: Bright light yellow.

Gastronomy: Great with all types of seafood, grilled, smoked, baked.

Nosis means knowledge. This wine is 100% Verdejo from over 35-year-old vines. 


Talking About the Wines:

-Dr. Owen Bargreen, Sept ’22 gave 91 points to 2021 Nosis. “Soured from 35-year-old Verdejo vines that are set in sandy-loam soils, the 2021 ‘Nosis’ offers salted cashew and diatomaceous earth notes alongside bright pear and kiwi. The palate is fresh with a smooth texture and bright acidity. Serve at a slightly warmer temperature to take in this silky Rueda.”

-Dr. Michael Apstein, Aug ’22 gave 91 points to 2020 Nosis. “Buil & Giné, based in the Gratallops in Priorat and one of the top producers there, expanded their holdings to Rueda a couple of decades ago.  Their “Nosis” bottling, made from 35-year-old vines, displays lovely floral aromas and cutting, crisp citrus flavors that balance its substantial density.”

-Vinous Media, Feb ’21 gave 90 points to 2018 Nosis. “Bright yellow-gold. Tropical fruits, melon, candied ginger and a touch of honey on the highly perfumed nose and in the mouth. In a plush, open-knit style but not at all lacking for energy, showing strong heft and finishing smooth, spicy and quite long, with lingering, spice-tinged melon and pineapple notes.”

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