Quinta Apolonia is a barrel-fermented Verdejo made by Belondrade and Lurtón in Castilla-León (Spain).
Belondrade y Lurtón is found in the heart of Rueda (Castilla-León).
Quinta Apolonia comes from their own vines with an average age of 8 years old, at an altitude of 750 metres above sea level.
In the winery, the Quinta Apolonia grapes ferment in stainless steel tanks and concrete eggs. The resulting wine is then mixed with the wine that is used to make its big sister, Belondrade y Lurton, which comes from 80-year-old vines and is barrel-fermented.
Everything you expect from a top tier Verdejo, citrus rind and tropical fruit with a zingy, almost sherbety backdrop. This wine emulates sunshine. Drink as an aperitif, great with salted almonds.