A touch oily on the nose, but fresh and perky in the mouth, with flavors of orange and tangerine leading the way. Fleshy and healthy in terms of feel, with a basic, no-nonsense finish.
This is about as strange and individual as Albariño gets. The nose oozes odd cinnamon and resin aromas, which are abnormal for the variety and the Rías Baixas region. A flavor of spiced apple finishes with the same spice character. Funky is probably the best word to describe this wine.