A full-bodied, serious, dry Albariño similar to its sibling Morgadío incorporating wines made from the first pressing in a comparatively softer and more floral style.
On the brighter side of a rich albariño, this is tight and floral, fragrant with pear scents. There’s tension between the fleshy fruit and complex, toasty flavors, lasting together with a cut of bitter orange zest acidity. For wood-oven roasted oysters.
In 1984 a farm named " Morgadio" in the Rias Baixas sub district of Condado do Tea near aldea of Albeos was consolidated from multiple existing owners, and planting began. Vineyard areas were gradually expanded to its current 50 acres. Within Rias Baixas there are three sub districts: El Rosal and Val do Salnes on Galicia's rainy Atlantic coast, and Condado do Tea inland on the north bank of the Mino River, a... View More