Bodegas Agro de Granbazán Limousin Albariño 2020

Critical Acclaim: 93 pts James Suckling; 93 pts Wine Enthusiast; 91 pts Wine Spectator

About the Winery: Granbazán’s flagship bottling is in contention with the world’s great white wines. It’s a revolutionary Galician-coast cuvée that displays a stunning Meursault-like richness and depth, thanks to six months of oak aging and years of cellaring in bottle. This is why the New York Times is so excited about the potential of top Albariño—and it costs a fraction of its qualitative peers. 

Tasting Notes: "A creamy, oaked Rias Baixas that has a subtle lemon curd and praline note to the white fruit, seashells and nori. Juicy, taut and bone-dry on the palate with a saline edge to the fruit and a tangy, mouthwatering finish. Vegan. Delicious now, but can hold, too"- James Suckling.

"Medium straw-colored to the eye, this wine has a nose of green pear, white chocolate and crumbled sage. Flavors of pineapple, passion fruit, vanilla and jasmine skate into a floral-infused finish."- Wine Enthusiast.

"Creamy and light- to medium-bodied, this refreshing, well-knit white shows a kiss of oak spices accenting yellow apple and pear, almond skin, preserved lemon and a subtle streak of salinity that lingers on the finish. Drink now through 2026"- Wine Spectator.

Varietal: Albariño.  

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