Colour: bright straw. Nose: fresh, varietal, grassy, fresh fruit. Palate. Fresh, fruity, light-bodied, flavorful.
Bodegas Naia was established in La Seca, a region that is considered grand cru in Rueda, in 2002, with the idea of making great white wines. Since then, the cornerstone of its work has been a selection of old Verdejo vines. The vineyard contains vines that are more than a century old.
Aromas of lime, must and kiwi, together with the classic plant-like qualities of Verdejo. Beautifully fresh, with a long and dry finish. Wine Spectator says the 2013 Naia is a serious Verdejo, clean and pure, with floral and white fruit aromas intermixed with some balsamic notes. The palate is very pleasant, with good volume and acidity, which is somehow counterbalanced by residual sugar. Very good value.