Airén is a big-crop white grape that is usually distilled into brandy or made into Sherry. But here we see it as a dry white table wine, and while it is limited in scope, the wine’s punch-bowl approach and cleansing lime and kiwi flavors are decent.
There’s a reason Airén is used as a base grape for brandy and Sherry wines, and it’s because it’s not up to table-wine quality, even at the value price point. This wine is corny and lacks freshness. It’s dull, wayward and offers little to no structure. Barely drinkable.