Fairly thick and creamy for the style, probably due to the hot vintage. The bouquet is sweet, with buttered corn and wildflower aromas. More citrusy on the palate, with flavors of orange, tangerine and nectarine. Well made and textured; just a little more ripe than usual.
Apple and honeyed aromas are round and ripe. The palate is chunky and easy, but with good acidity. Flavors revolve around apple and peach, while the finish is linear and direct. Ripe and solid wine from a good vintage for Albariño.
Dusty pear aromas give it a comfortable aroma that’s neither steely nor fat. Flavors of pineapple and citrus are stylish and fresh, while the body is medium in depth. Light on the finish, with a slight waxy/bath soap lasting impression.
Mildly sweet but not very exact or dilineated on the nose. Flavors of lime, papaya and apple run toward green, but with good snap and zest the wine makes the grade. Finishes dry and snappy, with medium depth.
Starts off with heavy melon and citrus aromas, which are followed by tangy apple and pineapple flavors. Very zesty, with a certain sharpness that dumbs down any complexity that might be hiding.
Tan-gold in color, with a mustardy, somewhat rustic bouquet that’s salinic and short on snappy fruit. The palate is chunky, with melon and apple for flavors. Seems low on pulse; the bet here is this was better six months ago and is now in decline.
Baked, toasty and rather flat, this wine is showing its age prematurely. The palate offers creamy apple and pear flavors but also a mushy corn-like element. Very little on the back end confirms this wine's fate.