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Marta Castro produces this tasty Albariño from vines located in the Salnés Valley town of Ribadumia, just a bit inland from Cambados. Given five months of lees aging in the tank, this is an Albariño with juicy stone fruit flavors, a round texture, and well balanced acidity. Delicious, representative, and a good value in Albariño.
Price: $16.99

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2018 Albariño was very expressive after some time in the glass. This is their house wine, produced with grapes from the 11 hectares and up to 164 plots they work in the Salnés up to 22 kilometers from their winery in Meaño. The wine is very elegant in 2018; it's vibrant and tasty, with the granite sapidity and the salty finish. I tasted a bottle from the end of June 2019, when the wine had had longer time sur lie, and the year in bottle does it good. 70,000 bottles produced. (LG)" (06/2020) K&L Notes: Do Fe...
Price: $27.99

This is a very special Albariño, very small production (1120 bottles produced!). You might have noticed that it is labeled Galicia. This is a single vineyard, one hectare, located near the town of A Cañiza, which is not part of any Galicia DO. It is located between Rias Baixas and Ribeiro, and the wine tastes just like that. It has the precision, cut and minerality of the former and carries the weight, aromatics and forwardness of the later. The grapes are farmed organically with some biodynamics, indigenous yeast fermentation and bottles with low s...
Price: $32.99

The Bodegas Casa Monte Pío is a small family winery that was established in 1979. It is located in the Salnes Valley which is considered the heart of the Rias Baixas region. The vines are planted in primarily granitic sandy soils and they are farmed organically with some biodynamic principles. They are obsessed with the healthy of their soils and vines. This obsession is seen in the ripeness and purity of their fruit which is contrasted by the classic mineral salinity which the region is known for.
Price: $19.99

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The first Albariño to be bottled is the 2019 Leirana, which I was also able to compare with the 2018 vintage. It's the one that represents the character of the Valle del Salnés, as it's produced with grapes from different villages across the valley. This ferments in a combination of 60% stainless steel vats and 40% oak foudres, where the wine matures for six months. Contrary to what I've seen at other addresses, this 2019 is very closed and backward; it's a vintage with very high acidity, citrus and salt. This is...
Price: $34.99

Zarate is legendary in the Salnes sub-zone of Rias Baixas. They were the first to bottle single vineyard Albariños, highlighting different terroirs within the region. Tras da Vina is a single parcel planted in the 1970's with cuttings from the Palomar vineyard. The soils here decomposing yellow granite and are the richest soils of all of their planting. This sees extended lees aging, over 2 years with no lees stiring, and partial malolactic fermentation. All of that was done to soften the acidity but enhances everything other component of the wine. It...
Price: $47.99


2018 Tantaka Hondarrabi Zuri Arabako Txakolina
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Juanjo Tellaetxe Tantaka grew up in a remote river valley in the Basque province of Araba. As a child Juanjo would walk with the shepherds as they followed their flocks through the valley. His family has lived for generations in Araba, the family cemetery is in the same river canyon as Juanjo’s vineyards. The steep mountains protect the valley from the harsh coastal winds blowing off of the Atlantic. The valley is humid and cool most of the year creating long hang times for the grapes. During the rainy season waterfalls cascade down sheer cliff sides and...
Price: $21.99

91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The regular Albariño is one of the most reliable among the more available wines, and it tends to show well early on and also age nicely for a few years in bottle. The 2019 Albariño de Fefiñanes feels unusually expressive and ready, very approachable, with a harmonious nose but with none of that reductive character often found in the early bottled wines. It's floral, varietal, aromatic and clean, with a balanced palate combining volume with great freshness. I tend to like this wine two or three years after the har...
Price: $31.99

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