Appearance: Straw yellow with subtle golden reflections, clean and bright.
Bouquet: Very expressive aroma, with stone fruits and citrus notes on a delicate balsamic background.
Palate: On the palate it is a structured, tasty and enveloping wine, with a fresh and very long aftertaste.
Back in 1968, a group of visionary and rebellious people dared to think differently from the usual in wine cellars at that time and having as a priority the recovery of the historic grape varieties of Galicia: Loureira, Godello, Albariño or Treixadura, among others. This is how Viña Costeira was born, currently a reference as a wine cellar in the Galician scene, with continuous growth that has made it a solid brand based on its tradition and innovation. Finca Saa is their boutique farm with only 4 small plots on slopes and terraces that look out over the Miño valley. Its average altitude is around 250 meters and has a southeast orientation, which helps both solar and wind exposure to be very favorable, which allows optimal maturation. The soils of granite origin together with the good microclimatic conditions make Finca Saa perfect for growing the main Ribeiro grape: the Treixadura. Thanks to the excellent quality obtained with the harvested grapes, they make the Meu Treixadura and Vía Barrosa Treixadura wines. Viña Costeira wines are framed in the oldest denomination of origin in Galicia and probably one of the oldest in Europe: the Ribeiro D.O. Its diversity of varietals is one of the riches that history has given to the Ribeiro. The different strains contribute to the region’s landscape being not a uniform monoculture, but rather a surprising tapestry, whose richness brings incredible combinations of nuances and aromas to the wine. Treixadura, Torrontés, Loureira, Lado, Albariño and Godello are the great autochthonous grape varieties that intervene in the production of whites and take their freshness, body and aromas from them. Caiño, Brancellao, Sousón, Ferrón and Mencía are the protagonists of the reds, tasty and of increasing quality. The grapes with which Modus Vivendi is made come from the vineyards that surround the Pazo de Toubes, which dates back to the 18th century and has been restored, blending the classic and the contemporary. Modus Vivendi is a structured, tasty and enveloping wine, with delicate aromas of stone fruit and citrus notes on a pleasant balsamic background.
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