NANCLARES Y PRIETO (Galice)
La Tinaja de Arànzazu

  • Dry white
  • 2018
  • Spain (Galice)
NANCLARES Y PRIETO (Galice) La Tinaja de Arànzazu 2018 bottle 75cl

bottle 75cl: 23,75 €bottle 75cl

Alberto Nanclares, an economist in Madrid in his previous life, fell in love in 1992 with albariño, a wonderful small grape variety that produces, in an Atlantic climate, eminently fresh dry white wines of great aromatic complexity (close to that of Viognier: honeysuckle, apricot, quince...). Today he produces in Galicia no less than 11 (!) micro-cuvées, all dedicated to albariño, fermented with indigenous yeasts, without settling, fining or filtration. His rise in quality is proportional to the minerality and aromatic persistence of the wines.

To keep or to drink :
Wait 1 to 2 years
Apogée :
2022-2030
Potential alcohol :
13%

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