The white wines of the Rueda appellation of origin are usually pale yellow to straw yellow with golden or greenish tones. Olfactively they are Franks of medium intensity where primary aromas of fruit and/or floral and/or herbaceous predominate. Frank, fresh and full-bodied taste of medium to high intensity. In white wines fermented in barrels or aged, the organoleptic characteristics are adapted to the type of production. In the visual phase the colors are more intense (medium to high intensity), in the olfactory phase aromas typical of its passage through the barrel appear and in the gustatory phase the flavor is usually intense, with good tannic expression and aftertaste with memories of tertiary aromas. .