Val de Vid, Verdejo - third largest dry white wine region Rueda, created from grapes Verdejo and Viura and is the holder of numerous awards and medals of international competitions. The harvest in 2013 was postponed for 2 weeks as compared to other years due to the rainy weather. Harvest began collecting 18 September with Sauvignon Blanc, followed by a shot of vines Verdejo and Viura varieties that are basic to the region. Heavy rains forced to accelerate harvest. The volume of the harvest 2013 in the region of Rueda reached an absolute historical maximum, allowing the gathering of 100 million kg of grapes of excellent quality. During the years pass vinification cold maceration of the skin over 7 ° C to preserve the characteristic flavor and fermentation at a temperature of 14-16 ° C, which helps to create a unique intense taste. After that, the wine is aged on fine lees in order to enrich the taste and texture giving silkiness.
Wine Val de type, Verdejo, 2013 granted the status of "Commended" at the "Decanter World Wine Awards".
Winery Val de Vid, owned by Jose Antonio Mariah, located in the region of Rueda. He literally permeated the Duero River tributaries supplying the surrounding soil necessary moisture and making them ideal for growing grapes. The region is located 700-800 meters above sea level and is a flat highlands. The local climate is characterized by a very long, cold winters with short echoes of late frosts and dry, hot summers with the rising threat of strong storms. These factors cause the vines to strengthen the root system to reach the groundwater. Ripening grape has perfectly balanced sugar and acidity. To date, the company's Val de type with 60 hectares of vineyards, 2/3 of which is occupied by planting varieties Verdejo. Using the latest technology in combination with traditional methods of vinification, the farm produced white wines of exceptional quality, reflecting the strength and character of the region.