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Albarino, Veiga da Princesa 2019

Albarino, Veiga da Princesa, Rias Baixas, Pazo do Mar,

With a racy acidity, this wine has refreshing flavours and aromas of rich stone and citrus fruit with a hint of salinity and great complexity.

Serving Suggestion

Wonderful with all manner of seafoods, leek & vegetable risotto, as well as Asian inspired dishes.

Vintage 2019
Unit Size 75
Case Size 6
Alcoholic Percentage 13
Appellation Rias Baixas
Oaked Style None
Country Spain

Tasting Notes

This Albarino is produced from high quality single vineyard low yielding grapes, grown in the northwest Rias Baixas region of Spain. With only the juice from the grapes first pressing being used, the resulting wine has a crisp minerally character, mouthwatering acidity and is rounded in style with flavours of white peach, lime, pear and apple.

Wine Making Notes

Only the best juice from the first gentle pressing is used in the making of the Veiga da Princesa. The juice undergoes cool temperature controlled fermentation and then ageing on fine lees, which adds richness and complexity. The wine is then bottled early to retain freshness.

About the Producer

Situated in Rías Baixas, Albariño Veiga da Princesa vineyard totals 18 ha and has been dedicated to the Albariño variety for 15 year. Marcos Gonzalez Diaz uses modern trellising techniques, opposed to the typical arbor system of the area, this opens up the canopy of the vine and improves air circulation, which consequently means his grapes ripen better and require less treatments in the vineyard. The Winery is located in Arbo, Pontevedra; where the wines are produced and bottled with the most advanced techniques. The wine is made exclusively with grapes provided by a single estate or property, the high quality is due to the professional management of the vineyard and its uniform quality.

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Sulphites Yes
Milk No
Egg No
Fish No
Nuts No
Cereals No
Suitable For Vegetarians Yes
Suitable For Vegans Yes
Peanuts No
Soy beans No
Celery No
Sesame No
Molluscs No