Naia was conceived with the idea of finding and making Verdejo wines that are profoundly varietal, elegant and distinctly full on the palate. And, Naia captures the essence of this variety. The winemaking process followed in this wine is very respectful with the classic aromas of the Verdejo variety, and it is aged in its own lees for 4 months in vats and wooden tanks with the aim of improving the structure and density of the wine on the palate.

Denomination of origin


Tasting Note

Straw-yellow colour wine. On the nose, it recalls citric aromas, stone fruits, such as peach or apricot, and notes of fennel. It is a complex wine on the nose that evolves aromatically in the glass by releasing different nuances. Balanced, dense and unctuous on the palate.

Food Pairing

Pairs perfectly with roast fish, such as Sea bass or Gilthead bream. Equally enjoyable with a mushroom risotto


Ageing in lees for 4 months


Year of fundation: 2002
Wineyards: 23.5 ha
Altitude: Between 750 and 800 metres
Average production: Stainless-steel vats and two French oak tanks with a capacity of 10,000 litres each
Average annual production: 840,000
Age of the vineyard: Between 15 and 130 years of age
Average rainfall: Does not exceed 500 litres per year
Ageing: In 100% French oak barrels with a slight and medium char. Barrels with different ages