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Rias Baixas

Rias Baixas has a strong claim to being Spain's most important white wine producing region, and the native Alberino the country's most important white wine grape. Albarino loves the cool, wet weather of Galicia in Spain's northwest corner, and it can produce eveything from light and crisp to full bodied, barrel-fermented whites. Rias Baixas wines take their character from proximity to the Atlantic, and they are likewise at their best accompanying seafood.

Abellio 2019 Albarino 750ml

$28.61

Abellio sits in the Salnes Valley, the prized subregion of Rias Baixas, and this albariño comes from vines seven to twenty years old, rooted in granitic clays and sands. This was fermented and aged in stainless to preserve the bright fruit, which...

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Castro Brey 2019 Albarino Castro Valdes 750ml

$30.34

Fresh with a full nose of melon and white pepper hints. Rich on the palate with peach, apricot and spice notes. Rich textured it developes notes of nectarine and yellow plum on the long, crisp finish -- jeroboams.co.uk

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