These are very interesting wines made from unique grapes in northern Spain. They typically have a bit of fizz to them. This one is made from the Hondarrabi Zuri grape. Light golden green in color. The nose is nice with a steely lemon/lime quality. On the palate, there is a very slight fizz to this on the attack (likely faded a bit with age). Slightly oily texture. Nice lime fruit. The wine is tart and slightly sweet at the same time which is very refreshing. Great acidity. Nice finish. These don't age all that well and this one is starting to show some but is still quite nice. Drink up. Will work with a host of lighter summer foods and seafood.
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