What does this wine taste like?
|Mandarin / Peach / Pineapple / Orange blossom|
|With body / Fresh / Earthy|
Drinking and storing
Mildly spiced asian cuisine, Steamed clams, Grilled shellfish, Rice dishes
Ratings and awards
Having read the enthusiastic reviews of this wine, I was looking forward to it, but found it far too acidic and out of balance. Not sure if it was a bad bottle or just way too young (2020 vintage, somehow available in January 2021) but I'd like to find a few older vintages to see if it settles down and shows its potential.
This is a brilliant white. I hadn't realised it was a blend thinking it was pure Alvarinho when I ordered it. However was not disappointed. Had it with a shell fish stew and it was simply sublime. Spanish white doesn't have the reputation it should have when you try wines like this.
Beautiful combination of grapes. a zesty but rich mouth with delicate Jasmin flower nose, and the longest end. Beautiful representation of O Rosal subregion. You will never forget this wine!
Ideal wine with seafood/Oysters
Beautiful deep yellowish color. Nice acidity and minerals. A bit fruity, but in essence dry, hence ideal for seafood and related. In short: great value for money.
The best !.
The best wine appreciated enormous by the whole family! Great albarino! The black label is even better but the difference in price is too big!
|Vinification material||Stainless steel|
|Vine age||30 years|
|Soil||Slate / Granit|
|Surface area||150.00 hectares|
Bodegas Terras Gauda
The Terras Gauda Group is made up of four wineries located in four of the main wine-growing areas of Spain: Bodegas Terras Gauda (Rías Baixas), Viñedos y Bodegas Pittacum (Bierzo), Quinta Sardonia (Castilla y León) and Compañía de Vinos Heraclio Alfaro ( Rioja). The group's philosophy is to respect the character of each region but also to add the experience and knowledge that such diversity generates in favor of the quality of all its wines. Bodegas Terras Gauda was founded...