Hugging the Atlantic Ocean and cooled by its breezes, it’s one of the 5 Rias Baixas regions and grows the most Albariño.
On the eyes, it’s a medium lemon shade with aromas of nose-tingling rocks and salinity with lemon zest.
On the palate, it’s dry with juicy acidity and flavours of citrus – lemon, pomelo, pink grapefruit – salt air, wet rocks and almond.
WSET Good plus – it’s a lovely little porch sipper, a little hollow in the middle, and not terribly complex, but tasty and excellent value for your dollar. Oh, and it goes great with jerk chicken and salad.