Apparently Albariño is sometimes thought of as “The Wine of the Sea”, in part due to its affinity with seafood, and also due to the moderating affect the Atlantic Ocean has on the vineyards.
Four months on lees gives this wine the palate weight and textural feel. An excellent match for food, it's aromatically of delicate peach, white flowers, feint Citrus and a honeyed note.
The finish: phenolic, persistence, the nuttiness carried through to the wines conclusion; focus, clean and direct. I could drink a lot of this. 90 - Good
Source: BTG, Era Bistro
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