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Charquiño Albariño, Rias Baixas, Spain

Galicia, Spain

IWSC 2016 Bronze

Tasting Notes

Clean, fresh and intensely flavoured, the Charquiñ Albarino is very fragrant, fruity and floral showing notes of peach and apricot.

Food Matches

Seafood & Canapes & Salads

Wine Profile

Wine Type White Wine

Vintage 2018

Style Aromatic Whites

Country Spain

Region Galicia

Grower Name Bodegas Eidosela

Grape Variety Albariño

ABV 12.50%

Closure Screw Cap

Allergens Sulphites

SKU 16144511




Situated in the north-west of the country and separated by mountains from Castilla y Leon, Galicia has developed in isolation to the rest of Spain and is culturally closer to Northern Portugal than Madrid. It is one of the wetter parts of the Iberian peninsula, but this is more than compensated for by the annual average of over 2,000 hours of sunshine, much of this during the… Read More

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Albariño is high-quality, fashionable white grape variety grown in the north of Spain and Portugal (where it is known by the synonym Alvarinho). It is considered, in Spain, to be one of the oldest varieties of the north-west of the country and has been grown in Galicia since the mid-1800s. Here, it dominates the Rias Baixas DO, making clean, linear wines with fresh… Read More

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fact sheet

IWSC 2016 Bronze
Wine Challenge SRA Accreditation 2019 Carbon Trust 2018 London Living Wage ISOQAR ISOQAR BRC Accreditation 2019

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