The grapes are harvested from vineyards over 30 years old owned by the winery, located in the highlands of the Duero River and planted in rocky soil. This area is very poor in organic matter and is exposed to harsh and variable continental climates, typical of the province of Valladolid. The harvest is done at night, taking advantage of low temperatures that help preserve the flavour of the grapes.
Jose Pariente Verdejo is macerated cold for 8 to 12 hours and subsequently pneumatic pressing occurs. Alcoholic fermentation takes place at low temperature in stainless steel tanks. Until the end of the clarification process, the wine is kept on its lees. Finally, it is filtered and bottled.