Victoria Ordóñez

La Pasajera Rueda 2018

  • Woman Maker
Created from Verdejo grown on gravelly soils in La Seca, this bright and fresh white is perfect for warm weather. Passionfruit and citrus zest tickle the nose, while notes of apples, white flowers, and hay mingle elegantly and wash over the palate, finely balanced and smooth on the finish. The label is the work of Julia Diazdel, a young painter from Malaga, and depicts the famous story of a mysterious passenger from the ship, The Empress of Japan, that made a stop in Malaga in the direction of Marseille. Pair this one with fish and shellfish, salads, and mystery movie night with friends.

Victoria Ordóñez

Wine has been a part of Victoria Ordoñez’s life since day one, her father, Jose Maria Ordonez, was a pioneer of the Spanish wine industry since the 50’s. Victoria originally studied to become a doctor having earned a PhD in Medicine, but turned to winemaking in 2004 as a way to further employ her work as a health service administrator. She operates out of a previously forgotten wine-growing region, the Mountains of Malaga as part of her efforts to re-introduce the rare and native grape varietal Pedro Ximenez.


Málaga, Spain

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