Albariño 101 – Introduction to the Grape
Rías Baixas is home to the Albariño grape, a local variety that produces some of the world’s most esteemed whites. Albariño has always been the flagship of Galicia, or “Green Spain.” Cool weather, abundant rain and mineral-rich soils create a lush climate along the Atlantic coast. There is no other white wine like it – crisp, yet floral, complex and beautifully food-friendly, with traces of sea spray and minerality.
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