Bodegas Angel Rodriguez Martínsancho Rueda Verdejo 2015

8.98 ratings on Delectable
$15.99

Verdejo is quickly becoming the most popular Spanish white & it's all thanks to Angel Rodriguez, proprietor of Martinsancho. In he discovered the last known vineyard of the variety which had been planted in the 17th century! This vibrant white, laden with guava & lemongrass, is decidingly youthful despite the ancient origins of the vines.

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Ratings on Delectable

Marc Stein Delectable Pro

Tasted blind. Lime, lime, Apple, a little wet rock thing and a bit of weight/body from neutral oak. Knew this was Chenin or Verdejo, seemed distinctly Spanish but not tropical enough to be Albariño, but I missed some of the descriptors on age and quality. I like this wine, made me think I'm not drinking enough Rueda.

Tasted blind. Lime, lime, Apple, a little wet rock thing and a bit of weight/body from neutral oak. Knew this was Chenin or Verdejo, seemed distinctly Spanish but not tropical enough to be Albariño, but I missed some of the descriptors on age and quality. I like this wine, made me think I'm not drinking enough Rueda.

Pamela Matthews

Lovely. With Larry and Andrew in Palo Alto.

Lovely. With Larry and Andrew in Palo Alto.

8.8

Ryan Sims

Lemon-grapefruit all the way from nose to finish with acidity in big supply to back it up. Great stuff.

Lemon-grapefruit all the way from nose to finish with acidity in big supply to back it up. Great stuff.

9.0

Al Shikoh

Light yellow with glints of green. Lemon, cut grass, and melon on the nose. Light and crisp on the palate with bright acidity and somewhat salty finish. Drinks somewhat like a less green New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc.

Light yellow with glints of green. Lemon, cut grass, and melon on the nose. Light and crisp on the palate with bright acidity and somewhat salty finish. Drinks somewhat like a less green New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc.

8.9

Andrew Schirmer

Sorry Jason, I don't think this tastes like sweaty armpit. Pungent citrus (grapefruit) and minerals, salinity, herbs. Great with seafood or at the beach. See you in Ibiza.

Sorry Jason, I don't think this tastes like sweaty armpit. Pungent citrus (grapefruit) and minerals, salinity, herbs. Great with seafood or at the beach. See you in Ibiza.

8.9

Location

  • 929 Broadway
    New York, NY 10010

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