In partnership with DO Rueda
In partnership with DO RuedaPerfect to enjoy in the sunshine, try one of these refreshing Ruedas....
DO Rueda is the only white wine denomination in Castilla y León, producing refreshing wines predominantly from Verdejo.
Verdejo typically has aromas of citrus fruits, flowers, herbs and some vegetative notes.
Whilst smaller producers are doing exciting things at more premium prices, there’s still some great value to be found.
Some of our expert tasters have picked top value Rueda wines, all under £20. See them below.
This online article was created in association with DO Rueda. However, the wines featured below were tasted independently of this partnership and first appeared in Decanter magazine.
Great value Rueda wine
Appealing honeyed aromas, creamy, leesy, with herbal notes, Full-bodied, with acidity giving a gooseberry and custard appeal. Mineral impression on the finish. Warm, round and lingering.
Aromas of rhubarb and crisp apples. A ripe, rounded wine with a plump, fleshy mid-palate, refreshed by punchy acidity and a nicely pithy finish.
Native yeasts and four to six months on lees brings out a fine creamy, rounded, honeyed complexity over the variety’s typical fennel and white peach.
Creamy, grassy aromas. Bright, lively, a note of wild fennel. Elegant, long and clean. Refreshing finish with that hint of defining pithy bitterness.
Rueda is known for its freshness, and this doesn't disappoint. Aromas of gooseberry and dried herbs lead into a fairly intense palate showing citrus fruit and herbs, with a tangerine and citrus pith finish. The refreshing acidity keeps it on its toes and makes you want to head back for…