Normally, Verdejo wines have a high amount of acidity
that was originally developed to counter the amount of
saltiness in the food (mind you, this was way back in the
days when salt was also used as a preservative), so when you
generally get a Verdejo, or a Vino Verde, you tend to cringe
in anticipation. However, this wine has a very balanced
acidity that is not sharp, though it does hit you in the
end, but it very manageable for every class of drinker.
That said, this wine should be drank along with seafood
or lighter fare, but not alongside desserts. It's also a
great palate cleanser.