Rias Baixas, in northwest Spain, makes some of the world’s most elegant white wines. The region’s superstar varietal is the dry, aromatic and fruity Albariño. These thick-skinned grapes are able to withstand the extremely damp, cool climate of this coastal region, producing wines with high natural acidity and citrus flavors.
Grapes are grown in granite soils that are traditionally planted on pergolas to ensure vine health in the damp, maritime climate.
Lively yet delicate, crisp yet creamy. The wine has distinct aromas of stone fruits and tropical pineapple. This radiant fruit medley persists on the palate along with a touch of lean minerality.