More tan in color than the usual light yellow, with true aromas of flower blossoms, lemon and tropical fruits. The acidity is a bit pronounced and scouring, but that only means that the citrus and green apple flavors cut and cleanse. Juicy but modest when it comes to depth of flavor. Drink now.
Big and sort of disinterested for Albariño, with a clipped, citrusy palate that’s choppy, salinic and green. There’s green melon and minerality here, but for a new-vintage wine it seems middling in its focus and intensity.