"The 2017 Verdejo Rueda is a juicy, medium-bodied white that offers attractive melon fruit, subtle honeyed minerality and hints of petrol, nicely integrated acidity, and a clean, crisp finish. It’s rock solid, especially at the price." - Jeb Dunnuck (March 27th 2019), 89 pts
"Bornos produces a reliably delicious verdejo, with ripe peach and apricot flavors. This is great as an aperitif with light appetizers, but also with sandwiches or seafood. Most of this wine was sold to Total Wine & More. ABV: 13 percent. - Dave McIntyre"
"This Verdejo is pungent and angular on the nose, with pyrazinic aromas of green citrus, sweat and cactus that are common to the variety and Rueda. An oily, grabby palate is cut by firm acidity, while flavors of tangerine, nopal and bell pepper finish short despite lively acidity." - Wine Enthusiast (November 2017), 88 pts
"Greenish straw. High-pitched lemon pith, peach and orange zest scents, with a subtle touch of white flowers in the background. Nervy and incisive on the palate, offering bitter citrus zest and pear skin flavors that put on weight and pick up a pit fruit nuance with air. The firm, racy finish shows good clarity and lingering floral and citrus fruit qualities. - Josh Raynolds" - Vinous (December 2015), 89 pts
"Bright yellow. Aromas of ripe orange and melon pick up chalky mineral and floral accents in the glass. Supple and expansive on the palate, offering plush orchard and pit fruit flavors and a bracing jolt of bitter citrus pith. Appealingly fruity and concentrated, delivering solid closing thrust and lingering honeysuckle and mineral notes. - Josh Raynolds" - Vinous (January 2017), 90 pts