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Bodegas Albamar Ceibo Godello 2019

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750ML / 13.5% ABV
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750ML / 13.5% ABV

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RP 91
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The 2019 Ceibo was bottled a few days before I tasted it. The wine is harmonious and clean, varietal, a little shy at first and with a balsamic nose with notes of herbs, bay leaf, white flowers and pollen. The palate is round, showing the generosity the variety is able to do, velvety and lush, without excess. It's 13.5% alcohol with good acidity, all in place and in balance. It's powerful but balanced.
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Just to the south of Bierzo, the steeply terraced Valdeorras Spanish wine region is a respected source of both red and white wines. Garnacha Tintorera (Alicante Bouschet) and Mencía are the principal red varieties while Godello and Palomino compose the majority of this region's whites.

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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).

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