The only similarity with the Beronia Blanco is that both are made from 100% Viura. This wine undergoes fermentation in American oak barrels for 5 months, the result is a full-bodied wine with delicious vanilla and mature fruit characters and a creamy finish.
Aromatic with good straight forward fruit showing hints of apricot stones. Fresh, balanced, pure flavours showing good mineral character with a good length and texture on the palate.
Light gold colour. Complex and elegant nose with hints of vanilla, honeysuckle and wild fennel. Dense, mouth filling palate, with hints of nuts as well as of toasted wood and an underlying reminiscenceof fine lees.
Awarded 90 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their June 2017 edition review of 'Weekday Wines' (under £25) (see blue link below).
Made from Albariño grapes grown in the Salnés Valley region of Rías Baixas, located close to the town of Cambados. Here, on undulating hills, the vineyards are planted on rocky and alluvial soils; they benefit from cooling influence of the nearby Atlantic Ocean. Unoaked, the wine is a bright, pale lemon colour with hints of apple green. Aromas of white flowers, hints of peach and apricot lead to a fresh, fruity palate; it has a lovely intensity and an almost saline minerality.
A slightly oily mouthfeel with classic notes of lychee, rose petal and cooked stone fruit.
Straw-yellow with greenish hues. Intensely aromatic wine with fresh flavourful complex and elegant. Fresh fruity and round; dry and has good acidity.
Bright straw yellow color, aromas of good intensity and elegance with outstanding floral and fruity notes of balsamic and spicy aromas with notes of toasted, which brings us his light oak aging and bottle maturation. Very fresh and structured with an unusual power in a white with a variety of shades ranging from citrus balsamic. A white to surprise. Valsacro white wine has a long life and positive unaevolución is expected for 20 years.