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2021 Adegas Valtea "Finca Garabato" Albariño Rias Baixas
Top Pick!
Finca Garabato is a parcel of Valtea's oldest wines. This wine spends a year in tank with extended lees contact. This gives the wine a lovely richness, which really ramps up the flavor and textural qualities of the wine. Still refreshing, only richer than the regular Valtea bottling and ready to take on a meal.
Price: $24.99

Our eighth vintage of this direct import Albariño, this wine shows everything we like in the grape: hints of lemongrass, lively stone fruit, and a brisk, saline-tinged palate. Located in the sub-zone of Condado do Tea, where the days are a bit warmer and evenings are slightly cooler, there is a wonderful mid-palate presence to complement the typically lean and mineral qualities of Albariño. A classic with any shellfish, especially Dungeness crab!
Price: $15.99

Nestled on the bank of the Miño River, Adegas Valtea has a special mesoclimate that beautifully ripens its grapes. The best bunches of Albariño are handpicked and gently pressed at the peak of their maturity. Tasting notes from the winery: "Pale yellow color with golden hues. Small, fine bubble with a persistent thread that rises slowly, crown in the glass. Complex and expressive. It manifests a powerful aroma of toasted bread and sponge cake, from the aging on lees, as well as aromas of fresh fruit and white flowers. The palate is broad, creamy and pers...
Price: $24.99

92 points Wine Advocate: "It seems like warmer vintages suit better the red varieties from Rías Baixas, and the 2017 Espadeiro felt more complete and round than the 2017 I tasted next to it, as if the ripening here was better. At the same time, it's brighter--in color and aromas--and has a livelier palate. It has moderate alcohol and a fresh, somewhat herbal character. 1,050 bottles were filled in October 2018. (LG)" (02/2019) K&L Notes: A legendary producer of single vineyard Albariño's in the birthplace of the grape variety, Galicia's Salnes valley, ...
Price: $34.99

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 Albariño.
Price: $19.99

94 points Wine Advocate: "I loved the 2017 Caíño since I first put my nose in the glass. It's pale, ethereal and floral, with a spicy touch. Caíño was the classical red wine people drunk in Rías Baixas, and the grape had higher commercial value than Albariño, which didn't really take off until the 1980s. Then we forgot about the reds and even thought Rías Baixas was only white wine. This is a great category that very much fits with the preference for lighter and gastronomical reds with moderate alcohol and great freshness. This should also age nicely in ...
Price: $34.99

The Albariño vines for Las Canicas grow in granite rich soils. A full 12 months of fermentation on the lees gives this 100% varietal wine depth and texture. Still it retains freshness and a hint of salinity that make it a distinctive Albariño, especially for the price.
Price: $21.99

Palacio de Fefiñanes is a benchmark in the world of Albariños. A wonderfully mineral nose leads to bright, succulent, yellow stone fruit flavors with more than a wisp of salinity adding freshness and making it pretty difficult to not gulp this one down quickly. Palacio de Fefiñanes is the oldest known brand of Albariño and the first to have bottled their wine. Based in the "birthplace of Albariño," the seaside town of Cambados. Delicious.
Price: $39.99

Do Ferreiro is a benchmark Albariño. Every year, it delivers the goods, showing a degree of aromatic complexity, nervy minerality, and pure intensity of flavor that always makes it stand out from the rest. Delicious upon release, it is also one of the few Albariños to improve in bottle for up to a decade (maybe longer?) beyond the vintage year. There is bright fruit intermingling with the classic Do Ferreiro salty/smoky mineral bite. Enjoy this wine on its own or with all types of seafood.
Price: $39.99

As Laxas was one of the first commercially producing wineries in Rias Baixas, with their first release in 1986 of 8,000 bottles. This Albariño is from 100% estate fruit from the subregion of Contado de Tea. Contado de Tea is located along the Northern bank of the Mino river, directly across from the Vinho Verde region of Melgaço. This is the most interior of all of the Rias Baixas. The wines have a touch more body and fruit with a riverstone minerality rather than the coastal saltiness of the Val de Salnes.
Price: $17.99

2022 Bodega Torgo Albariño Galicia
91 points Wine Advocate: "The 2022 Torgo has an intriguing nose with lots of herbs and moss aromas. The wine is ripe at 14.5% alcohol but also balanced and fresh with high acidity (eight grams of tartaric acid per liter of wine), round and powerful, with pungent flavors and a persistent finish. 1,207 bottles were produced. The vines achieved organic certification in 2020, and the wine carries certification now. (LG)" (11/2023) K&L Notes: This is a very special Albariño, very small production (just 1,120 bottles produced!). You might have noticed that i...
Price: $37.99

Cloudy natural wine from Galicia.
Price: $11.99

2021 Eulogio Pomares "Pedraneira" Albariño Rias Baixas
94 points Wine Advocate: "The first bottle of the 2021 Pedraneira felt very advanced and was not representative of the wine, but a second one was fresh as a daisy, floral, marine and elegant, complex but not explosive, a little more introverted, with a faint lactic touch. It went through full malolactic, and 2021 was a year of high malic acid." (11/2023)
Price: $39.99

Produced from 35- to 60-year-old Albariño vines located in the Salnés sub-zone of Rías Baixas, this is a bright, fresh, focused Albariño. Delicious stone fruit flavors are defined and precise, but also rich and with great volume on the mid-palate. One of our top Albariños for sure.
Price: $29.99

Juanjo Tellaetxe Tantaka, a priest by profession, 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 in Araba for generations in Araba; the family cemetery shares a river canyon with Juanjo’s vineyards. Steep mountains protect the valley from the harsh Atlantic winds, so 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 faces,...
Price: $26.99

95 points Wine Advocate: "The nose of the 2021 Castiñeiro Albariño, vinified in amphorae, is quite different but very expressive, with notes of dry yellow flowers and a savory touch. The palate is very tasty, salty, very clean and precise. Impressive. 1,530 bottles were produced. (LG)" (11/2023)
Price: $54.99

2020 Eulogio Pomares "Penapedre" Tinto Galicia
Penapedre is the name of the vineyard where the fruit is sourced. It is tiny, 0.66 hectares, and is located on the banks of the Miño River in Ribeira Sacra. It cannot carry the appellation because the wine is a field blend of red and white varietals. The vineyard is exceptionally steep, ov 60% inclination, it is a vineyard that heroic viticulture is easily applied to. The blend is 64% Mencía, 22% Garnacha Tintorera and 14% Jaén Blanco. The grapes are havested and then foot trodden in chestnut vats. Fermentation starts with native yeasts and the wine spen...
Price: $49.99

94 points Wine Advocate: "They always use the same 1,200-liter chestnut foudre for the vinification and aging of this wine from the Carralcoba Vineyard in Castrelo. The 2021 Carralcoba Albariño has the spicy and faintly oxidative character from the chestnut wood, a more austere palate and 12.5% alcohol with pungent flavors and remarkable freshness. 2,100 bottles were produced. 94+ (LG)" (11/2023) Tim Atkin: " "
Price: $54.99

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. Their wines are always amongst the most linear, acid forward, and structured of Albariños, and we are thrilled that they are once again represented in the US and available for purchase. Absolutely classic wines from this top Spanish white wine D.O. This single vineyard bottling does not go through malolactic and is a best in class example of the Albariño grape.
Price: $54.99

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: $54.99

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