From: Rias Baixas, Spain
Tasting Notes: Brilliant yellow. Lively aromas of quince, lemon zest and jasmine pick up a strong mineral element with air. Dry, sharply focused and nervy on the palate, offering densely packed, refreshingly bitter citrus pith, pear skin and honeysuckle flavors that show excellent clarity. Closes taut and stony, displaying tight grip, a hint of honeysuckle and lingering florality.
Pairing: Albariño's crisp clean flavors are extremely versatile, and also great on their own. Seafood, clams, oysters are what the local Galician people eat with this queenly grape. It also pairs like magic with Sushi, Indian, or Thai. Other successful pairings include popular take-out meals like cold sesame noodles, chicken tikka masala, pad thai, and tacos.
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