Albariño Barrica

Intense yellow with green glitters. Mature fruit, mineral characteristics from the batonnage
lees along with an acid touch that helps flavouring and makes it persistent.

Fruited and spiced. Not always wood and fruit work well in a white wine, but when they do, the oak strengths the grapes primary aromas with toasted and spiced nuances. This happens with this Albariño, where the cask blends with the wine without concealing it’s personality.

Longevity. A pearl that emerged from six lost hectares in a maze of small vineyards. A full and complex white wine that goes with the best gastronomy, able to evolve bottled and to stay alive for several years.

Oak in a right measure. The french oak Allier enriches the wine’s aromatic and gustatory power giving it a longer life once bottled. The Allier oak has a very fine grain that favours very persistent aftertaste.

D.O. Rías Baixas
Country Spain
Bottles per year
1.500
Capacity
75cl, Magnum 1,5l.
Performance
6.500Kg/Ha
Wine type White / with vintage in french Allier
oak fine grain.

Alcoholic Graduation
13% vol.
Grape type
100% Albariña from 25
years old vines.
Facts
Six months of cask with
batonage.

“It’s success lays in a committed
viticulture and a unique soil
with a high content of granite
which gives way to a powerful,
elaborated, and deliciously wine”
Xoan Cannas
Sommelier
Pepe Vieira Restaurant