A classic Albariño named after the river area and the valley it forms.
Terroir, method of production and maturation: The vineyards are located in the southern O Rosal sub-region of the Riás Baixas in northwestern Spain, right next to the coast on the border with Portugal. The climate is cool in Spanish terms and the rainfall is high. The grapes used to make the wine are hand-picked into 20-kilogram boxes from 20-40-year-old orchards located on a maximum slope of 20%, whose soil consists of slate. The grapes are carefully selected at the winery, after which the wine is cold macerated at 10ºC for 6 hours. After the grapes are pressed, the wine ages in steel tanks at a controlled temperature.
Use: Fish and shellfish dishes, Skagen róra or on its own.
Description: The mineral and aromatic scent has greenery, apple peel, a bit of pear and grapefruit. Dry taste, where the fruitiness of the wine is combined with very rich acidity and a long mineral aftertaste.