Tropical smelling, with green banana, minerality and firmness to the bouquet. The palate is clean and cleansing, which are two very different things, while the wine tastes of tangy citrus and green melon. Fresh, tropical and uncomplicated. Drink this year.
Minerality and crispness define the bouquet, which brings green apple and citrus aromas. There’s punch and spritz on the palate as well as sweet citrus and juicy lime flavors that break up a little as they fan out. Not sure if there’s residual sugar, but the wine tastes a bit sweet.
With its apple, peach and melon aromas, the bouquet is solid. The palate is a bit spritzy and spread thin, and that’s confirmed via fleshy, dilute flavors of white peach and green melon. Plump and simple on the finish; good for salads, shrimp and grilled white meats.
Open, fresh and peachy on the nose, becoming citrusy and leaning toward the acidic side on the palate. Flavors of tangerine, lemon and orange keep it moving, and the finish, while short, is fresh and cleansing.
Round and sweet, with heavy buttercup and honeyed aromas. This is what we call a candied Albariño; it’s loaded up with canned pineapple, melon and mango. The feel is plump and the acid level fairly low. Ripe and ready as it’s ever going to be.