Winery

Region
Bodegas Naia is located in the village La Seca, which is considered the Grand Cru of the D. O. Rueda and where some of the oldest vineyards of this Denomination of Origin can be found.
Vineyards
23.5 ha of own vineyards: 20 ha of which are over 40 years of age and 2 ha of young (15 years of age) trellis vineyards. Bodegas Naia works very closely with winegrowers from the region. These vineyards have an age range between 80 and 130 years.
Soil Profile
The soils are composed of calcareous clays, over which lie superficial layers of sandy-clay soil mixed with cobbles. The vineyards from which Naiades is made are located in more-sandy soils, with a superficial layer of cobbles
Weather
Within a continental and Mediterranean area of influence. The vineyards suffer extreme seasonal changes of temperature, with a difference of almost fifty degrees centigrade between the harsh winter and the dry, hot summer
Harvest
Manual Harvest
Varieties
Within the large number of Verdejo clones currently used, Bodegas Naia has chosen to grow the original clone that was employed to make the first wines in the region. The commitment to this local clone has enabled Naia to extract the classic aromas of the Verdejo variety