|Winery:||Bodegas As Laxas|
|Region:||Spain » Galicia » Rías Baixas|
Bodegas As Laxas
Fresh pithy lime on the nose with a hint of salty sand and some emerging sweet green apple background notes round out the nose. Somewhat rich and downright silky on the palate. This offers good, very well-integrated acidity that supports rather subtle,...
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History of the grape: Legend has it that Cluny monks from Burgundy brought the parentage of the grape, either Rieslin...
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Bodegas As Laxas on Snooth
Dec 31, 2010
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Sleek and polished, this focused white offers pear, citrus ... Drink now. -TM Read More
Bright and limey on the nose, with a touch of pollen and honeycomb adding some sweetness around the edges. This gains a nice perfume edge with air. A touch loose on entry with a nice mineral edge to the fresh but simple citrus flavors. Theres a hint of peach pit here, but this is rather simple and open-knit, if easy to enjoy. 85pts Read More
Fresh pithy lime on the nose with a hint of salty sand and some emerging sweet green apple background notes round out the nose. Somewhat rich and downright silky on the palate. This offers good, very well-integrated acidity that supports rather subtle, lightly mineral flecked green apple and green orange flavors. The finish really firms up nicel... Read More
Dec 31, 2010
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This wine is not an Aegean Island wine and it is a fraud who ever listed this winw here. Read More
A clean, bright wine, straw yellow in color with greenish tinges. An intense aroma on the nose, perfectly blending with the fruity and floral notes, highlighting apple and stone bearing fruit like apricot. Typical freshness of Albariño on the palate, with a highly fitting acidity perfectly balanced with the structure and body of the wine. Read More
THis is clearly a food wine. this ain't for sipping. Went poretty badlywith thai food, which is what albarino is supposed to go with...can't really see it going with anything else. maybe spicy seafood. weird aftertaste. Read More