Rueda is one of the few European wine-growing areas focused in the
production of white wine and in the protection and development of its
indigenous variety, Verdejo.
The Rueda region is one of the few European wine-growing areas specializing in the development of white wine and in the protection and development of their native variety, the Verdejo.
The average altitude of the vineyard is 750 meters.
The climate is continental with an average annual temperature of 13 °C and an average annual rainfall is 460 mm. Winter snow and hot summers. This thermal contrasts transmitted to the grape Verdejo everything a crucible of aromas and flavors.
The soil is reasonably rich in iron, and generally loose, friable and easy to work, with good drainage. They are gravelly and stony, poor in organic matter and with good aeration.