Terras Gauda Abadía de San Campio responds faithfully to the traditions of the mythical Albariño wines.The albariño grapes from which Abadía de San Campio was made, which were picked between October 1 and 3, came from the plots at Goian (Argallo), our highest vineyard, where the humidity is lower, the temperatures are cooler and ripening is slower. These conditions provided a wine of great aromatic intensity typical of the grape variety, with hints of ripe white fruit—Golden Delicious apple and pear—supported by pleasant notes of citrus. With a good breadth and balance of flavors, the wine is bright and fresh, with a certain tartness reinforcing the sensation of freshness. The good balance between the acids and sugar give the wine a pleasant final touch, persisting in the mouth for a long time.
"Bright yellow. Pungent, herb-accented aromas of lemon rind, pear skin and white flowers. A dry, spicy midweight that offers tangy citrus flavors and deeper orchard fruit and melon qualities on the back half. Finishes broad but dry, with solid grip and a refreshingly bitter quality."
International Wine Cellar
"Apple and peach aromas are perfectly nice and typical for a fresh, young Albarino. There's nothing crazy or wild about this wine; it's straightforward and approachable, with green apple, pineapple and a lot of lemony sharpness. Finishes fresh and minerally."