Valdecuevas is a leading producer in the famous white wine region of Rueda, Spain. Located northeast of Madrid and near the picturesque town of Valladolid, Rueda has become famous the world over for its crisp, sophisticated white wines made from the Verdejo grape.
Valdecuevas makes Verdejo-based wines entirely from their estate vineyards, which are located in the most stony soils of Rueda, and near the Duero River.
Valdecuevas is located in what is considered the “Grand Cru” area of Rueda, with ancient alluvial soils that are rich in lime. This terroir results in concentrated Verdejo wines that maintain crisp acidity and an intense minerality that cannot be achieved by the mass producers in the more sandy plain soils of the region.