The flagship wine from the leading producer in Spain?s O Rosal Valley is an artful blend of Albari?o, Ca??o Blanco and Loureira. Hailing from the most southerly part of R?as Baixas, just across the River Mi?o from neighbouring Portugal, Terras Guada O Rosal clearly takes influence from both sides of the valley. Pulling the cork on this, you?ll discover all the fruity and floral notes of a Spanish Albari?o combined with the laser-like acidity and herby character of a Portuguese Vinho Verde ? it?s the taste of summer holidays.
Lemon curd, lime zest, pink grapefruit juice, crunchy peach, Granny Smith apple, mandarin peel, orange blossom, jasmine, passionfruit, kiwi, bay leaf, dried mint, and just a hint of salinity like caper brine. This wine is calling out for seafood: oysters, shrimp, crab, white anchovies, or barbequed sardines. Alternatively pair with creamy dishes or something with a kick of chilli to it like the dishes of Veracruz.