If you haven’t heard of Terras Gauda yet, it’s about time to familiarize yourself – these guys are arguably the hottest winery in all of Spain. Terras Gauda literally translates to land of happiness, and of late – there’s more than enough reasons for that.
The Rías Baixas based winery is largely attributed with being responsible for the advancement and development of the O Rosal appellation as a whole, due to its dedication to quality control and preserving the native grape varieties of Galicia. Their wines are gorgeous.
The 2021 vintage was especially kind to the winery which saw both of their Albarinos reach entirely new heights. Their O Rosal Albarino blend ended up on the Wine Spectator’s ‘Top 100 Wines of the Year’ list this past year.
The O Rosal Blend is a racy mix of 60% Albariño, 23% Caíño Blanco and 7% Loureiro. The 2021 vintage exhibits a well-rounded wine Galician white wine, filling the palate with a fresh, youthful and vibrant mouthfeel.
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92 Points, Wine Enthusiast
“This Albariño-dominant wine has a nose of nectarine and Valencia orange. It is bright on impact, offering flavors of ripe summer peach and mango intertwined with a gorgeous floral note that is attributable to the Loureiro in the blend.”
91 Points, James Suckling
“Quite an intense albarino with lemon rind, minerals, pears and a hint of apricot. This is creamy and sleek on the palate, with fresh, lemony flavors that spread evenly across the palate”
90 Points, Wine Spectator (#74 Wine of the Year)
Delicate notes of fresh herb and wet stone accent the apricot and Meyer lemon fruit flavors in this lithe, light-bodied white, which is zesty on the palate, with a spine of racy acidity. Lightly creamy on the salty finish. Albariño, Caiño and Loureiro.
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