Segral Albarino

Plenty of awards conferred on this fine example of Albariño; elegant taste – balancing a floral bouquet and fruit palate – and presentation.

Galicia has a long winemaking tradition popularized by the Romans cultivating the vine, and later, the Route to Santiago influenced the winemaking techniques. These wines had been exported to other European regions since the end of the Middle Ages, however, for centuries, Galicians kept the privilege to enjoy one of the finest white wines known.

The recovery of the native Albariño variety in the mid-20th century, allowed production of higher quality wines that gained in prestige. The foundation of Rias Baixas D.O. in the 80’s was a qualitative leap in the professionalisation of the vine-growers, and placed these wines among the best in the world.

Tasting Notes:

Great varietal character with marked floral notes plus stand out herbaceous and fruity aromas; a fresh, tasty, balanced crispness with an elegant aftertaste enhanced by a hint of citrus.