Tasting Notes: Intense flowery aromas on the nose alongside dry notes. Fresh and well-balanced with ripe, yellow fruits on the palate. An interestingly intense wine.
Region: Rias Baixas, Spain
Varieties: 100% Albariño
Pairing: Try with creamy, fresh cheeses including goat's cheese and salty cheeses like pecorino. Also great with Great with Thai, Moroccan and Indian cuisine.
More Info: Produced in the Val do Salnes region of the Rias Baixas, where 90% of the vineyards are dedicated to growing Albariño. The wine was made in the traditional Champagne method with a base wine from the 2015 harvest that was aged for 9 months.
It was named after the first Albariño Wine Festival, which was held in 1953 - until then the majority of the family-run vineyards had safeguarded the wine, intending to keep it predominantly in the region instead of sharing!