About the wine
Most of the vines for the basic Albamar were planted in the 1980s, a few steps away from the sea.
After a short maceration, comes a light crush. Fermentation is done at controlled temperature and takes place in stainless steel tanks. Finally it is aged on its lees for five months.
Light yellow and green reflections. Fresh, clean and intense nose, blending aromas of ripe citrus fruit and seaside, roses and crème brûlée .
Fresh and clean again on the palate, vibrant. Salty. Leaves herb and mineral notes. Excellent balance between acidity and alcohol. Deep and persistent.
A great albariño that will be the perfect companion for tuna tataki or roasted chicken.