Since it seems I’m starting to review almost everything I put in my mouth, why not one little piece about a wine I enjoyed yesterday. This one accompanied a nice and light fish dinner and boy did this go well with that.
This white wine is made from Albillo grapes combined with some Malvisia and Garnacha Blanca and is married in oak barrels.
Nice color, if it were whisky I would say this has the color of well…white wine. Nice straw yellow, almost looks sparkly. I started to drink this a bit too cold, but even then it was very nice. You could almost drink this as lemonade when properly chilled (ABV is 14.5%). When it got to it’s proper temperature, wow. Not overly complex, but such great balance. Great summer wine which starts with yellow, light fruits with some flowery notes in there too. later on it deepens with some spicy and woody notes, which makes for a fine balance and a acidity I know from wines from Alsace. Recommended!
I have another bottle of this, so I’ll probably add something to the review of this “a bit, technical wine”. What I mean by this I will explain next time around.