This wine is made from “Albariño” grapes carefully grown in the vineyards at “Val do Salnés” (valley of the salterns) in Galicia, where most vineyards and wineries congregate under the Denominación de Origen Rías Baixas. This grape variety is characterised by its small clusters, early ripening and medium vigour. They are remarkable for their pleasantly impressive fine and distinguished floral and fruity aromas, of a medium intensity and a medium-long finish.
Rías Baixas is a Denominación de Origen which includes a number of vineyards in Galicia, that share some geographical features which characterise and distinguish these idiosyncratic wines.
Lowland areas near the sea are linked to lower stretches of river courses and are characterised by a mild climate and a decrease in rainfall during the summer months.
The wine is bright, pale lemon in colour with hints of apple green. Aromas of white flowers, hints of peaches and apricots lead to a fresh, fruity palate and an enjoyable finish.
Perfect with seafood, grilled octopus (“pulpo” in Spanish), and other typical dishes based on seafood, oysters, or mussels.
Fermentation at a controlled temperature of 16ºC in stainless steel tanks.
About this wine
“Good concentration and focus, with lime, white pepper and mineral characters.” Pulpo 2016 – International Wine Challlenge 2017
“Aromatic, juicy and fresh; spicy and crisp with nice mineral notes; smooth and silky with balance and good length; a classic Albarino with depth ande style plus, it’s an amazing value”. Pulpo 2017- 91 Points The Tasting Panel Magazine – September 2018.
2018 WSWA Wine & Spirits Tasting Competition Award: Pulpo 2017
2017 Mundus Vini: Pulpo 2016
2017 Berliner Wein Trophy: Pulpo 2016
2017 XV Concurso Internacional de Bacchus: Pulpo 2016
2018 Berliner Wein Trophy: Pulpo 2017
2017 Sommelier Wine Awards: Pulpo 2016
2017 Asia Wine Trophy: Pulpo 2016
2017 International Wine & Spirit Competition: Pulpo 2016
2018 Ultimate Wine Challenge: Pulpo 2017