Albarino

Albariño is a white grape variety native to Galicia, Spain. It's also known as Alvarinho in Portugal's Vinho verde region. Although the best Albariño grapes are sourced from the Galician DOC of Rias Baixas, new plantings are popping up globally. Highly aromatic and filled with flavours of white stone fruit, apricots, and almonds, Albariño features high acidity, refreshing lime flavours, and a subtle salinity. Pair with ceviche, fish tacos, and basically any type of seafood.

Bodega Garzon 2018 Albarino Reserva 750ml

$28.95

The winegrowing and winemaking is a three-way project at Garzón among Alberto Antonini, German Bruzzone and Eduardo Felix. After a few days of a non-alcoholic extraction post-pressing, the settled and racked juice is fermented in stainless steel...

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Raimat 2018 Saira Albarino 750ml

$20.78

Raimat Saira Albariño is a tribute to the storks that commonly inhabit Raimat and its surroundings. The wine is 100% Albarino, which is interesting because plantings of this grape are rare in Costers del Segre as opposed to regions like...

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Palacio de Fefinanes 2016 Albarino 1583 750ml

$50.34

This limited production classic is made from specially selected grapes growing on  low altitude thin loamy sand soils that lie over granite; and is named to celebrate  the year in which the Palace was restored. Lustrous pale lemon ice water in...

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Abellio Albarino 750ml

$24.26

Abellio Albariño is in the Salnes Valley and the vineyards sit on some of the best sites of Rias Baixas in the sub-regions of Salnes, Condado and Ulla. The vines are seven to twenty years old. The soils are 50 percent granitic with equal...

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