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.
Not everyone knows of the Albariño grape and Galicia’s Rias Baixas. It’s always been there, but only recently have UK consumers sat up and taken serious notice. One also finds Albariño – considered the most elegant of Spain’s white varieties - just over the border into Portugal in its Vinho Verde, but the Rias Baixas wines, we would say, are altogether more classy and less “summer holiday”. What we love most of all is that Rias Baixas is a fabulous and serious all-rounder: you get the refreshment and crisp, fruity hit of a Sauvignon Blanc or a Pinot Grigio, yet with all the body and complexity of a quality Chardonnay or Viognier. Food-wise, it’ll consequently go with many, many things: fishes, meats, soups, cheeses. This is a quality Rias at a great price and not to be missed.
The nose is gently aromatic, showing crisp notes of greengage and pear, the palate is finely textured with a minerally undertone from the Prensal grape – altogether a fresh, zesty delicate and balanced white.
Intense and clean fruit aromas in this vintage, topped by citrics and white fruits such as banana and sweet pear, accompanied by light aniseed tones. Aromas enhanced by the cold maceration. This 2014 vintage shines by its strength and intensity on the palate. This crisp white wine maintains a balance of acidity and fruit density. Broad and citrus after nose with a long finish.
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.