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Terras Gauda Albariño Rías Baixas O Rosal 2010

Winemaker's Notes:

Terras Gauda O Rosal is the perfect blend of the native Rías Baixas varieties: 70% Albariño, 20% Loureira, and 10% Caiño Blanco, all estate-grown in the O Rosal Valley located on the Galician riverbanks of the Miño River. The wine undergoes a traditional and separate vinification due to natural fermentation at controlled temperatures in stainless-steel tanks. After adding natural yeasts from the vineyards, the wine was cold-stabilized, filtered ,and finally bottled. It's crisp and clean, revealing its stunning structure and balancing acidity.

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Bodegas Terras Gauda:
Both lie in a privileged landscape in the O Rosal valley, close to the mouth of the river Miño in the A Guarda area. The vineyards, which are between 50 and 150 metres above sea level, enjoy an exceptional microclimate characterised by mild temperatures, with an annual average of 15º C, very little frost and abundant rainfall. This microclimate is ideal for ripening, with a high sugar content... Read more
Both lie in a privileged landscape in the O Rosal valley, close to the mouth of the river Miño in the A Guarda area. The vineyards, which are between 50 and 150 metres above sea level, enjoy an exceptional microclimate characterised by mild temperatures, with an annual average of 15º C, very little frost and abundant rainfall. This microclimate is ideal for ripening, with a high sugar content and a lower acidity level than in other parts of the Rías Baixas designation of origin area that lie further to the north, where the quality of the wine is more variable because of the climate. Read less

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Tasting Notes:

By blending some Loureiro and Caíño with Albariño, Terras Gauda achieves a complexity that Albariño rarely comes to on its own. All manner of citrus fruits, several colors of apples and pears, and even a few hints of tropical notes contribute to the layers. And the nose and mouth exhibit not just honey but beeswax, a telltale sign of slate in the vineyards (just ask those Riesling producers).

Terras Gauda O Rosal is the perfect blend of the native Rías Baixas varieties: 70% Albariño, 20% Loureira, and 10% Caiño Blanco, all estate-grown in the O Rosal Valley located on the Galician riverbanks of the Miño River. The wine undergoes a traditional and separate vinification due to natural fermentation at controlled temperatures in stainless-steel tanks. After adding natural yeasts from the vineyards, the wine was cold-stabilized, filtered ,and finally bottled. It's crisp and clean, revealing its stunning structure and balancing acidity.

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1300000 bottles produced.

Notes: Young Wine


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