From the region of Rias Baixas ("bye-sahss") of Galicia in the westernmost corner of Spain comes this distinguished wine, considered to be one of the significant undiscovered white wines of the world. Rumored to be a descendant of the Riesling grape, and brought to Spain by German missionaries in the Middle Ages, Albariño is one of the few Spanish grape varieties produced as a varietal and indicated as such on labels.
This wine expresses itself solely through the purity of its fruit, and is crafted in the highest caliber modern facility, ensuring a clean, crisp wine of integrity. A pale yellow-green wine made from 100% Albariño grapes with intense aromatic richness with hints of apricot complemented by lemon-lime vibrancy, perfectly blended together with a subtle floral accent. This is a rich and concentrated wine with a classic hint of quinine in the finish, making it a perfect match for Mediterranean dishes with green olives, garlic and capers. Only 6,600 cases were produced.