This is a wine with an interesting complex mix of aromas, combining white fruits, orange pips and peel with fresh balsamic notes, supported by
subtle floral and mineral hints. It enters the mouth smoothly, progressing towards a pleasant, sticky sweetness, accompanied by fresh, bright acidity, concluding with fleshy finish in the mouth, long and creamy.
"Unlike TG’s Abadía de San Campio Albariño, this wine also features Loureira and Caiño Blanco, and it’s more interesting in the long run. Aromas of mango and pineapple are sweet and pungent, while the palate is round, leesy and plump, with green melon, apple, vanilla and creamy notes. Fleshy on the finish, but with good acidity. Will accompany shellfish of all sorts."
"Ripe flavors of apricots soften this wine's flinty edge, ranging through layers of lemon curd, cardamom and white chocolate. For butter clams."
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