Appearance: Lemon yellow.
Bouquet: Complex, white fruit, citrus, floral notes.
Palate: Powerful, saline, mineral.
If you think about Albamar, you have to think about its Albariños, which are the specialty of the house. The winery has a quarter of a century and stands out for its close, friendly treatment, and its family spirit. The grapes used by the Albamar Winery come from vineyards settled on sandy soils very close to the Ría de Arosa, in the O Salnés area. The vineyard is planted on a trellis. The grapes, after being carefully selected, are harvested manually, thus avoiding unnecessary breakage and seeking to keep the fruit in the best possible condition. At the head of the Albamar Winery is Xurxo Alba, who after finishing his studies in viticulture and oenology and also in engineering, decided in 2006 to create his own business project based on the already existing family winery. Xurxo’s work philosophy is based on maximum respect for its excellent raw material, without renouncing diversification and experimentation in the different winemaking and aging processes. The Albamar Winery, in addition to producing excellent white wines under the Rias Baixas Designation of Origin and the Valdeorras Designation of Origin, also produces magnificent red wines under the Ribeira Sacra Designation. Its annual production exceeds 60,000 liters and its wines are exported to practically the whole world. Albamar Albariño is the flagship wine of the winery, made with Albariño from different plots of sandy soil planted close to the sea, which gives it freshness and sparkle, and clearly distinguishes it as a sea wine. Albamar Albariño pairs very well with baked white fish, rice and grilled seafood.
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