Open Win Verdejo and smell the green apples and spicy touches that characterise the Verdejo grape from the Spanish region of Valbuena de Duero.
Get hints of anise and fennel seeds and savour the wonderful citrus-like acidic tone.
The winemaking process begins at the vineyard itself, through various processes that help obtain grapes likely to be low in alcohol. Subsequently, this grape is subjected to a fermentation process, producing a highly aromatic wine level. WIN is made from white or red wines, originating from grapes of the Verdejo or Tempranillo varieties grown in vineyards in Ribera del Duero and Rueda, two of the main Denomination of Origin areas in Spain. By means of an innovative and patented process carried out at the Molecular Deconstruction Plant based in Valbuena de Duero (Valladolid), the aromas and alcohol are separated from the rest of the wine’s components. The process employs a system known as a Spinning Cone Column, which minimises any loss of aromatic elements from the wine whilst extracting aromas and alcohol.