White Wine Arindo 2021

Young white wine from Rueda. Varietal Verdejo.
Percentage of Alcohol: 13.5º
Bottle size: 75 cl
D.O.: Rueda
Grapes Varieties: Verdejo,
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Availability: In stock

Product Description

Like its two elder brothers, Arindo is a varietal Verdejo wine crafted by Bodegas Shaya, a company belonging to Gil Family Estates, one of Spain's most important wine dynasties.

This Spanish white wine is produced from vineyards located west of Segovia, DO Rueda. The vines grow in sandy soils with pebble stones.

Harvested by hand and selected at the vineyard, the wine must fermented in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature for over a period of 25 days. Finally, Arindo 2021 was aged on its lees until bottling.

Pair this young white wine with shrimp and semi hard cheeses.

Additional Information
Additional Information

The wine Arindo is pale yellow with some grey and greenish tinges.


This varietal Verdejo suggests aromas of white flowers, ripe apricot, green apples and bananas, with some mineral undertones and remembrances of aromatic herbs.

Palate This wine of Bodegas y Viñedos Shaya has a medium body and a crisp acidity. Notes of flowers and sweet white fruit, along with herbal and mineral touches. Medium finish with some fruity remembrances.

Our personal opinion

Fresh and uncomplicated, Arindo 2021 is an excellent value from Rueda.


Arindo 2019:

Enterwine 90.

Arindo 2016:

Enterwine 89.

Arindo 2015:

Peñín 89.

Arindo 2014:

Enterwine 87.

Year 2021
Type White
D.O. Rueda
Bottle size 75 cl
Serving tempurature 7-9ºC
Ageing Young
Enterwine's Score 90
Media rating 90
Mono-Varietal Verdejo
Pairings Aperitif, Baked whitefish, Grilled whitefish, Light hors d´oeuvres, Oriental cuisine, Pasta with fish, Roasted fish, Roasted white meats, Soft cheeses, Soft pasta cheese
Taste Dry and aromatic, Light, easy to drink
Occasion Aperitif, Appetizer, Family reunion, Reunion with colleagues, To enjoy daily
2 Reviews
Overtly drinkable. To drink by the bottle.
Review by (Posted on 5 July 2018)
Nice Verdejo. Crisp and fresh. Good with tapas.
Review by (Posted on 18 January 2018)
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