The Blanco Nieva Verdejo appears a pale straw yellow color in the glass. The nose opens with clean aromas of very high intensity, where white fruit and flowers stand out first, opening up later with hints of grass skin and hay. On the palate it is fresh but with a lot of volume. The fresh fruit, fennel and minerality return. Dense, long mid palate, with a sweet and pleasant finish that invites you to continue drinking.
Ideal as an aperitif, of course to accompany fish such as turbot or sea bream, and shellfish, oysters, clams, or prawns or prawns, it also pairs with all kinds of cheese.
Martúe vineyards are located in La Guardia de Toledo. The estate Campo Martuela began to be planted in 1990, while El Casar estate was planted ten years later. It was not until 2000 when the quality of the grapes was good enough to elaborate a wine which still has the same optimum quality.
Fausto Gonzalez waited patiently for more than a decade until the grapes reached an optimum level of quality, and then they could produce Martúe wine. It is this constant quality along with the unbeatable relation price-quality, the keys for this increasing success. With this idea, Fausto and his family went on with their project with another winery, Bodegas Blanco Nieva.
Made with 100% Verdejo grapes from old goblet vines (20%) and trellised vineyards over 25 years old (80%).