Valdubón Verdejo is made with part of traditionally fermented grapes in stainless steel tanks and part of grapes fermented in barrels. For processing in storage, vines were chosen in trellises with an average age of 12 years and with a pressing yield of less than 72 %. For fermentation in barrels, old vines of dryland of more than 25 years old and with a system of conduction in glass were selected, obtaining the must with a maximum yield of 60%. In both cases, a severe monitoring of maturation was carried out, focusing efforts on yield control and maturation to ensure a perfect collection of the fruit. In the glass it is clean, bright, light yellow with greenish flashes. On the nose it shows its greatest potential. Intense aroma with aniseed and vegetable nuances typical of the variety, marked mineral touches, white flowers, fennel with a background of spices, vanilla and coconut. In the mouth it is lively, with a cheerful attack, full of ripe white fruits accompanied by a good acidity. After its attack, it fills the mouth showing glyceric and very unctuous as it corresponds to its long ageing on has. Its aftertaste, long and fresh, shows a slightly bitter finish accompanied by notes of coconut and vanilla that give it a great complexity and unmask its stay in barrels.