This is 100% Godello grape from northwest Spain. It has a deep golden color to it which leads me to believe it sees at least some barrel ageing. The nose is nice with orange peel, and a bit of smoke. This is a pretty big white wine. Nice texture with good acidity. There is some orange and also grapefruit on the palate. Some lemon kicks in on the finish. It does have slight tannins. This seems to be drinking well now although it might have been a bit fresher a year or two ago. It should probably be consumed in the next year or two.
This comes from northwest Spain. It is made from 100% Mencia grapes and spends six months in oak and six in bottle before being released. Deep ruby in color. The nose is nice with cherries, soy and spice. On the palate, cherries, black cherries with an underlying spice. Light tannins. Good acidity. This should hold for three to five years if stored well. It will go well with chicken and lighter meat dishes as well as vegetable dishes.
This comes from northwest Spain and is made from 100% Godello grapes. It is an interesting take on this varietal seeming more modern and new world than many. Pale golden in color. The nose is nice with limes and slight vanilla notes. There is a slight golden raisin note with air and then a bit of peach and mint. Really very pleasant. On the palate, this is soft and smooth. Medium bodied. Good acidity. Notes of dry pineapple (if that makes sense) with a touch of vanilla and a bit of peach. This should be drunk in the next year or two. It will go well with seafood or fowl and certa