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Our fifth 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

Finca Garabato is a parcel of Valtea's oldest wines. You will notice that it says "2o Año" on the label, which refers to the fact that it ages in tank on its lees for a year following fermentation. 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: $21.99


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 in Albariño.
Price: $16.99

92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The eponymous 2019 Zárate is their entry-level Albariño, a vintage with structure and acidity, still very young, a powerful vintage with more of everything and probably a long-distance runner. It's varietal and clean, characterful, powerful and with a long, tasty finish, vibrant and almost salty. 64,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in March 2020. (LG)" (06/2020)
Price: $22.99

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

92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Produced as an exercise of blending, the 2017 Albariño is a blend from the majority of plots they work, mixing different soils, different ages of vines and different pruning methods. This feels like a powerful vintage, with great concentration and some complexity even for such a young wine. There are floral and citrus notes and a sapid, salty-like sensation on the palate. It feels like a very complete and balanced year, with all that it takes to develop nicely in bottle. All of their wines are bottled without mal...
Price: $26.99

Produced at a small, 17-grower cooperative, this Albariño comes from vines ranging in age from 50-70 years. A rarely exported version from the upper Salnès Valley, locally known as the "footprint of God," this nicely plump white still shows plenty of the varietal's trademark freshness and effortless acidic balance. Highly recommended.
Price: $19.99

Albarino is the perfect summer white, but its naturally crisp acidity and peachy citrus flavors make it enjoyable year-round as an aperitif or paired with a variety of foods, particularly shellfish and seafood. It hails from the Rias Baixas zone of Galicia, on the northwest coast of Spain. Walk through any given fishing village along the "rias" (fjords) in this beautiful, cool, maritime-influenced region and you will find fresh grilled pulpo (octopus) vendors at every corner! A classic Albarino nose of white peach, citrus and mineral aromas gives way to ...
Price: $19.99

‘La Flamenca, in DO Alella, is a project close to the heart of winemaker Mario Rovier. He was born and raised in Barcelona and now spends his time between his birth city and the town of Ponferrada in DO Bierzo where he makes his Akilia wines. The ‘La Flamenca’ is a side project that allows Mario to explore the vineyards surrounding his hometown of Barcelona. He and his wife Maria organically farm three small plots of vines located in the Serralada de Marina natural park, named for the mountain chain belonging to the Catalonian coastal range. DO Alella i...
Price: $21.99

A legendary producer of single vineyard Albariños in the birthplace of the grape variety, Galicia's Salnes valley, Zarate also makes expressive, delicious red wines from indigenous grape varieties. Most of these vines were replaced with Albarino in the 1980's. A blend of 70% Espadeiro and 30% Caiño, haven't of them? They are only planted in the Rias Baixas and it's neighbors Ribeiro and Vinho Verde. They are often described as having more in common with Gamay or even such obscure wine geek favorites as Pelaverga or Pineau d'aunis. With lighter weight tan...
Price: $41.99

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. Palomar is a small parcel of ungrafted vines that date back to the 1850's. The wine is aged in a single large (2200L) neutral barrel where it undergoes malolactic fermentation. This is elevated Albariño, with more richness depth and texture without loss of purity, precision and the clas Val de Salne...
Price: $47.99

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

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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