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Light to medium bodied wines that are high in acid and light to medium fruit. Typically no oak.
Light to medium bodied wines with lots of juicy fruit, typically medium acid and medium oak.
Full bodied wines that have typically undergone malo-lactic fermentation and/or spent time in oak.
Unusual for the DO of Rías Baixas, Finca de Arantei has crafted a singleestate, 100% Albariño
wine. Situated in the heart of the Miño Valley in the subzone of Condado de Tea, these estate
vineyards are characterized by poor, rocky soils and low yields. In addition, the vines are now 25
yearsold, which adds to the wine's intensity and concentration. After fermentation, the wine ages on
its lees in stainless steel for five months before release.
Pale straw lemon in color, this wine displays refreshing aromas of peaches, apricot, jasmine tea
and wet stone. On the palate, the flavors are equally rich and complemented by vibrant acidity, long length and lasting finish. This wine is perfect with artichokes, asparagus, shellfish or grilled fish,
salads and vegetable frittatas.
"The 2010 Finca de Arantei Single Vineyard Albarino was fermented and aged for 5 months in stainless steel. Mineral and lemon scents inform the nose of this round, rich, spicy offering. Nicely proportioned and mouth-filling, it is an outstanding value for drinking over the next 3-4 years.
The Wine Advocate
The DO of Rías Baixas lies on Galicia’s deeply indented west coast, off of the Atlantic Ocean, just north of the Portuguese border—a land of harsh weather, great fishing, and the Albariño grape. While the vast majority of the wines from this district are produced from a mix of locations by cooperative wineries, many of which are blends of a variety of grapes, Finca de Arantei is a single estate, 100% Albariño wine. The winery occupies 87.5 acres of rocky and sandy soil in the sub-zone of Condado de Tea, the heart of the Miño Valley, which gets some of the most ample sunshine in the DO.
Just above the Portuguese border lies Rias Baixas, Spain's prominent white wine region. Situated in Galacia, the region is wet and rainy with some large temperature changes due to its proximity to the coast. The main grape of note here is Albarino, the white variety known for creating fragrant and fruity wines perfect for seafood. The bottles are easily...Read More About Rias Baixas
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