Tart is good. Tart and crisp is yummy. Tart, crisp with a lingering finish? You have this 100% Spanish Verdejo, 13.5% ETOH. Minerality with a long grapefruit finish. Which is really strange because their tasting notes say crisp tart apple. hmm, I guess I just disagree on the flavors. It is flavorful, smooth and delicious.
I like it as a stand alone sipping wine (I am sipping as I type this) and also as a foil for heavier meats. (we had it with leftover Superbowl BBQ, and it worked!) But I imagine this with a thick slab of rich salmon or even a spicy seared tuna.
Either way, it is a good wine. A slug of flavor with each mouthful, a slowly dissolving citrus finish and a side of the tongue tingling minerality. A really nice combination.
I am really liking the white wines from Spain's Roueda region. The full Spanish name for this wine is:Bodegas Y Vinedos Shaya Rueda Old Vines. When they say old vines, they mean between 75 and 112 years old. For $14.99, it is a great value.