If more wines like this make it here, that could change quickly.
Paramus Verdejo is a crisp white that balances fruit, minerals, and herbs all in a single bottle. The nose is lemony with notes of rosemary and a bit of a slate edge. The finish brings out some tropical pineapple notes along with a light, breezy sweetness. Beautifully balanced, this showcases a side of Spain that most of us never knew existed.
A- / $15 / ferrerfamilywinesusa.com
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