Gil Family Estates has a wide portfolio of Spanish wines with different characteristics and backgrounds. All of them with a common denominator: produced with different indigenous grape varietals, a refined image, and an unbeatable relation between its quality and its price.View Supplier Page
Bright pale straw yellow colour.
Floral notes combined with hints of ripe fruit. Balanced and enjoyable.
Juicy and ripe, with pineapple, pear and yellow apple fruit flavours that run through mango notes.
Pairs well with seafood such as stuffed mussels, oysters, shrimps, and scallops, fish, vegetables, flavourful rices and creamy pasta.
Arindo is a varietal Verdejo wine crafted by Bodegas Shaya, a company owned by the prestigious Gil Family, one of Spain's most important wine dynasties. The wine comes from vines located west of Segovia, in the Rueda DO. The vines grow in sandy soils with pebble stones. Harvested by hand and selected at the vineyard, the wine juice fermented in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature for 25 days. Finally, the wine was aged on its lees until its bottling.
"Sliced cooked-apple and pear aromas and flavors. Medium body. Creamy and delicious. Easy and drinkable. Drink now."
“Lovely lemon curd and pink grapefruit aromas in this generous, but lively dry white that has a lot of fruity charm, but also some structure and length. Screw cap.”
"(raised entirely in stainless steel tanks) Light bright yellow. Tightly focused lemon and green apple scents are complemented by a deeper melon nuance. Lively and sharply focused on the palate, offering linear citrus and orchard fruit flavors and a spicy jolt of ginger. Finishes taut, energetic and precise, conveying lingering suggestions of bitter citrus pith and quinine."
"This has some green-apple and grass aromas. Light and crisp with a soft and slightly sweet finish. Drink now."