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Bodega Garzon S.V Albariño 2018

A subtle yet powerful bottle.
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Primary Notes: Apricot, Melon Pineapple Grapefruit/Pomelo, Lemon/Lime Slate

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Dryness: Dry

Acidity: High

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Origin: Garzón, Uruguay

Maker: Bodega Garzón

Grape: Albariño

Fermentation: Steel Only

Awards: >95 pts

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Serving Temperature: Best enjoyed at 10 degrees

Asian Food Pairing: Mango salad, butter garlic prawn, tempura

Western Food Pairing: Caesar salad, halibut, chicken tacos

Description

Bodega Garzón Single Vineyard Albariño 2018

This Bodega Garzón Single Vineyard Albariño has a very elegant pale yellow. It is fresh and vibrant on the nose and brings out the aroma of tropical fruits with a subtle citrus and floral notes. In the mouth, the body is round and fresh with a saline and mineral combination that provide a marked notion of terroir. It shows great complexity with layers and has a beautiful textural quality and richness on the palate. It is accompanied with vibrant acidity and a fresh finish.

The uniqueness of this vineyard lies in its Southern orientation, assuring shelter from intense sunlight and direct exposure to the ocean breeze. This heightens the minerality of the varietal. The wine was aged for 3 – 6 months in cement tanks.
Pairing tips: This versatile white goes with both Asian and Western cuisine. Pair this bottle with mango salad and butter garlic prawns or caesar salad with grilled halibut.
Vintage available: 2018 / 2020
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AWARDS & ACCOLADES


 - 90 Points

Richly spiced, with lemon curd accents to the ripe melon, citrus and apple flavors that take on toasty accents. Well-structured on the finish, showing savory and minerally nuances."

2020 Vintage

A medium-bodied white with aromas of fresh pineapple, lemon zest, chamomile, sea salt and crushed stones. Pretty layers of stone fruit and stones, accompanied by bright, tangy acidity throughout. Oily for an albarino. Very solid and phenolic with tannic framing. Drink now."


 - 95 Points