A Coroa Godello 2021
A Coroa Godello 2021 presents a bright straw color, with marked green hues on a thin layer that is reminiscent of harmonic combinations of green leafy flowers. With great transparence of aromas and remarkable intensity, it subtly shows spicy notes that melt with aromas of wild white herbs, citrus notes, tropical fruits, ripe stone fruit and light aniseed tone that reminds one of fennel. It has a marked vegetal touch on the nose, typical of the Godello, and is outstandingly clean. Fresh in the mouth, with less marked acidity and increasing softness and unctuous smoothness. It is a long wine, marked by its slight bitterness, typical of the great Godellos. Subtle retro nasal aroma with remarkable touch of white flowers. A Coroa Godello 2021 stands out for its great intensity of aromas, savory, with a lingering aftertaste and great balance in the mouth.
A firm and focused white, lightly chalky in texture, with rapierlike acidity tightly meshed to notes of Asian pear, mandarin orange, salted almond and graphite.
Production centres on thorough and thoughtful processing of the grape, using the best technology and respecting the heterogeneity of the land.
Our oenologist, Ángel Sanchez Cuesta, educated at the Requena Viticulture and Oenology School (Valencia), has been working at his profession in Valdeorras County for more than 17 years.
An absolute connoisseur of viticulture and the Valdeorras grape varietials, he is one of the pioneers of monovarietal winemaking with Godello and Mencia, and probably one of those who best knows the potential of vitiviniculture in this area.
Godello is native to northwest Spain and has experienced a major revival in the last 20 years. Godello wines are typically sleek and lightly creamy in texture. Barrel fermentation and lees stirring are typical in Valdeorras, Spain where the grape comes from. These winemaking techniques make the most of Godello's inherent structure and help bring out its lovely floral character. Somm Secret—DNA profiling says that Spain’s Godello is actually identical to the Portugese grape variety Gouveio, which grows throughout the Douro and Dão (where it used to mistakenly be called Verdelho).