Bodegas Latue By Latue Verdejo

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A fresh and crisp Verdejo, which is similar in style to Sauvignon Blanc.

The Verdejo grape originated in North Africa and was first planted in Spain in the 11th century. Originally used to make an oxidative, Sherry-style wine, today Verdejo is made in a fresh, crisp, fruit forward style. This refreshing organic white has intense aromas of ripe tropical fruits, grapefruit, and aromatic spices. Crisp and zesty – if you’re a fan of Sauvignon Blanc then you will like this fantastic new addition from Bodegas Latue.



Lime with grapefruit and almonds


Crisp tropical fruit

The story of Bodegas Latué started back in 1954 at which time it was known as the San Isidro Cooperative. The winery is located in Villanueva de Alcardete in La Mancha, central Spain.The 130 grower members were determined to produce wines of true commercial worth. They demonstrated their commitment by focusing attention on the vineyards. Quality was to be the byword. Organics too became key. Between 1954 and 2007 the membership expanded significantly to 600 growers. Quality and market relevance increased to such an extent that exports rapidly became their prime source of income. In 2007 the name Bodegas Latué was created and added to the business profile. The 600 growers cultivate 6200 hectares of vines, a significant percentage being cultivated organically. Winemaking rests in the experienced, capable hands of Jorge Pradillo. La Mancha’s natural environment provides the perfect conditions for wine growing - a regular continental Mediterranean climate, with warm summers, cold winters and low rainfall. Soils are clay-limestone. Using modern winemaking technology Latué ensures that the quality organic grapes are transformed into the best possible finished wine - wine that reflects its precise origins, whilst offering an authentic expression of the grape varieties themselves.


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