Vina Zaco is shaking up the Spanish wine world with its modern take on native varietals. The grapes are from Val do Salnes, one of the five subregions of Rias Baixas, which is the best known region for cultivating Albarino. Harvested by hand and destemmed before entering malolactic fermentation, the young wine sat on lees for months before bottling. The result is an intense yet elegant nose of white flower, grapefruit, apple, and spice. Buttery yet fresh in the mouth with a good amount of minerality. Fresh citrus notes on the finish. Best to enjoy with white fish, shellfish, rice dishes, or pasta. Can also be served with white meats and sausages.