Anadigna Albarino D.O Rias Baixas
Bodegas de Galicia - Gold 2017, 91 Points by the Penin Guide
A true artisan Albarino from this tiny family winery. Very natural and pure. Delicate and elegant, yet quite full bodied. Highly recommended.
Just moved onto the 2019.
An excellent Albarino from this tiny family winery. The original vineyards were passed down to Carlos by his grandmother and he continues to produce two wonderful Albarinos, combining tarditional methods with modern facilities.
Ths winery name throws up some confusion as sometimes it is written as Nadigna but they sometimes prefix it with the letter "A" to become "Anadigna". I think it all stems from the label design where the prefix "A" is a separate colour and font.
Annual production: increased to 8664 bottles For the 2017.
Winemakers: Cayetano Otero & Patricia Presas
Producer: Carlos Rey Lustres
DO Rías Baixas 2015 100% Albariño: 13% abv
Tasting Straw yellow, medium greenish, limpid and bright, of medium-high intensity, aromatic herbs, balsamic, citrus, mineral and saline. In the mouth it is fresh, good acidity, citric, oily, oily, long floral notes and reappear citrus and balsamic notes, long, fine final bitterness. Winemaking Controlled fermentation in stainless steel for 21 days at 16 °, then a partial malolactic was carried out and its final mixing was carried out before its tartaric stabilization by cold at -5 ° C.
|Location||Rias Baixas, Spain|
|Winery status||Tiny family winery|
|Winemaker||Cayetano Otero & Patricia Presas|
|Annual production||8664 bottles|
|Style||Natural, elegant, pure|
|Sulphite level||Very Low|