Light golden in color. A very nice nose of crushed sea shells with bits of lime. Not as good on the palate but still ok. Nice minerality but it turns a bit bitter. I would like to see a bit more acidity as well. It would work well with sea food for sure.
The weather warms. You dust off your gas grill. It’s time to start thinking about wines for summer. Albariño wines from Rías Baixas are a perfect choice. Wine writer Hugh Johnson calls Rías Baixas Galicia’s best DO. Recently, the DO launched a U.S. marketing campaign. Chances are you’ll see some Rías Baixas wines at your local wine shop, with notes about their refreshing taste and good value.