By means of a very peculiar process of Rioja Alta Viura grape, Bodegas Beronia produce a personal white wine that is different from the other Riojas. After selecting the bunches of Viura, these are subjected to a static film maceration to make the must flow, which is then separated at a controlled temperature, followed alcoholic fermentation, and finally the wine is bottled.
Clean and brilliant, this is a wine with a greenish yellow colour and pearly nuances. The bouquet has a floral aroma, where hints of wild bush flowers mix with a background of peach and quince skin. The taste is delicate, but with structure and vigour. It produces multiple pleasant fresh fruit sensations on the palate, especially quince and peach, with a nice finish.
This is a dry white wine that might be a nice sipping wine a warm summerday. There is a bitter aftertaste I don't like in this wine. Luckily it got better after being open for an hour or so with the bitterness almost gone. It's a nice wine, at least after being allowed to breathe, but I still feel that there are better wines for the same amount of money to be had.