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A New Albarino

Ask somebody what they know about Spanish wine and they will probably tell you about the renowned reds of Rioja, maybe the once popular sparkling wine Cava, or perhaps the highly sought after reds from the Ribero del Duero and Priorat. What people tend not to realise however is that Spain is also home to some sensational white wines too and that in their domestic market there is another superstar wine, Albarino!

Ask somebody what they know about Spanish wine and they will probably tell you about the renowned reds of Rioja, maybe the once popular sparkling wine Cava, or perhaps the highly sought after reds from the Ribero del Duero and Priorat. What people tend not to realise however is that Spain is also home to some sensational white wines too and that in their domestic market there is... read more.

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Albarino is a distinctive, aromatic, high-quality grape variety which is native to the damp and humid Galicia region of Spain. Within Galacia lies the Rias Baixas zone where Albarino has become so popular and expensive that it now accounts for 90% of all plantings!

Such is the popularity and potential for quality Albarino in the Rias Baixas that this particular producer, Bodegas Aquitani, has chosen to dedicate themselves exclusively to this grape variety. The secret behind the grape's success in this region is the thick skins that make them resistant to disease in the damp climate, whilst allowing them to achieve perfect ripeness and thus expression of aroma and flavour.

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  1. Albariño Bernon Bodegas Aquitania, Rias Baixas

    Albariño Bernon Bodegas Aquitania, Rias Baixas, 2016 75cl

    Pale yellow in colour, this citrus fresh wine has delicious green apple flavours and white flower aromas. Soft and rounded on the palate with a light lemon zest notes.

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