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Nora da Neve 2017

Nora da Neve

Rías Baixas (Spain)

The Albariño grape shows fine expression here, enriched in flavours and refinement due to its stay i...

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/ 0.75 L btl

Nora da Neve 2017


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Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2017


The Albariño grape shows fine expression here, enriched in flavours and refinement due to its stay in oak.

A straw-yellow colour and visually bright, the wine exhibits fruit aromas, with notes of fennel, bay leaves and smoky wood nuances. It is vibrant, fresh and elegant on the palate.

Fermented in barrel and aged for 7 months in new oak barrels.

Food pairing

Seafood / Grilled fish / Salads


  • Soil:Pebbles / Granit
  • Climate:Atlantic


  • Ageing period:7 months
  • Barrel age:New
  • Type of wood:Oak

Tasting notes

  • ViewBright / Clean / Yellow / Golden glints
  • Bouquet:Mineral notes / Complex / Expressive / Fruit aromas
  • Mouth:Balanced / Good acidity / Rounded / Slightly bitter


  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 6ºC and 8ºC

Customer reviews

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by: John Kelly (11/06/2020)

Surprising and enjoyable Albarino

Nora da Neve is quite an unusual Albarino compared to those I have tried before. It has more oak than others and once I got over the initial surprise enjoyed it immensely

by: L (25/05/2020)

Oaky wine with character

Has more character than the second wine of the winery. Slightly reminded us of Chardonnay due to the oak barrels.

by: Johan (01/10/2018)

Best Albarino!

Always, really good. I like it robustness, the color is great. It is my favorite and I always try to have it at home.

Viña Nora

Viña Nora

Lying on the banks of the River Miño are 14 hectares of vineyards owned by Bodegas Viña Nora. They are planted with the Albariño variety, using the traditional trained system, on soils with an original mixture of alluvial gravel and decomposed granite, and the supply of grapes from these vineyards is supplemented due to provision agreements set up with vinegrowers in three sub-zones in the denomination: Condado de Tea, Val do Salnés and Ribeira do Ulla. One of the biggest ...

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