Bodegas La Cana Rias Baixas Albariño 2018
Where the steep hillside vineyards meet the tranquil rias, you'll find groves of rush canes known locally as juncos, which are as emblematic of Galicia as the Albariño grape itself. Offering lush aromas of white peaches and ripe pears followed by flavors of pineapple and bright citrus, the wine finishes on a crisp dry note.
|Region||Spain, Galicia, Rias Baixas|
|Brand||Bodegas La Cana|
James SucklingPineapple, lemon meringue, grapefruit and cloves. Medium-bodied and very tangy. Loads of apricot and citrus character. Drink now.
Wine EnthusiastThis partially barrel-fermented Albariño shows its upbringing through oaky aromas of wood grain and spice, while fruit scents are mild. A lean, malic palate is racy in feel, while this tastes woody on top of melon and peach notes.