Light gold in colour, with aromas of fresh soft fruits such as peaches and apricots. On the palate, it is richer and more complex than you would expect at this price with a fairly long finish.
Nuviana is part of the iconic Codorniu group of wine companies who are still today a family business (albeit with dozens of family shareholders). They own some of the oldest vineyards in Spain and a handful of the best wineries in the world including Bodega Septima in Argentina, Bodegas Bilbainas in Rioja and Raimat and Nuviana in Northern Spain.
Nuviana is based in Aragon and is located in an important conservation area for migrating birds, the word Nuviana deriving from the Latin Novelliam which means a nest of newly-born birds. The winery is a new concept using advanced technology which incorporates the comprehensive management of production from the beginning. The results are self-evident with each of the white, rosé and red wines delivering the exact organoleptic properties desired.
Served chilled, this is the perfect party wine as it doesn't lose its appeal if it warms up a little and will please anyone who likes white wine. It's good on its own and with most hot and cold buffet food and will stand up to rich cheese or creamy sauces. All in all, a very versatile wine.