About This Wine
Carrasvinas has a rich history in Spanish winemaking.
The winery, located in the Rueda region of Spain, was built more than 60 years ago with underground cellars. Today, it’s housed in an above-ground brick building packed with modern equipment to help ensure that the winery will be around for another 60 years.
Rueda has been known for wine since the 11th century, and its wares would have been enjoyed by Ferdinand and Isabel as they unified Spain in 1492. Their patronage made Rueda a key part of Spanish culture, a place where virtually every home had a wine cellar, and wine was as much a part of life as bread.
Today, the special wines of Rueda and Carrasvinas are enjoyed not just by locals, but by people like us who live far away. The 2015 Carrasvinas Verdejo is a crisp, bright, refreshing wine, and a delicious taste of Rueda’s heritage.
About Other White
- Grape Composition:100% Verdejo
- Grape Source:Rueda Growing Region of Spain
- Aromas & Flavors:Papaya, Crushed Stone, Melon, Lemon and Almond Peel
- When to Drink:Now Through 2018
- Food Pairing Suggestion:a rich seafood paella.
17 recipes match for this wine.
Papaya Pear Mango Salsa Normally, we provide Vinesse members with complete recipes for wine-friendly fare. This month, however, we thought we'd share a pair of &amp;quot;topping&amp;quot; recipes that will bring any number of main course selections to life. We begin with this salsa recipe from our friends at Sonoma County's Kenwood Vineyards. Try it over sea bass, halibut, salmon for a palate-awakening change of pace, and enjoy it with Sauvignon Blanc, White Bordeaux, almost any white blend. Get The Recipe
Ratatouille Terrine Here's a recipe for a tasty dish that has a movie named after it this summer. The Chicago Tribune calls it &quot;an upscale version of the French peasant dish,&quot; and we'd suggest serving it with almost any wine - white, red, pinksparkling - as long as the wine is light-bodied. This recipe yields 12 servings. Get The Recipe