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Region / Sub-Region: Spain, Rías Baixas, Salnés Valley.

Grapes: 100% Albariño, average age of the vineyards 30 years.

Soil: Granite sandy soils.

Farming: Organic, Biodynamic.

Vinification: Spontaneous fermentation in stainless steel.

Aging: 6 months aging on fine lees in stainless steel with weekly bâtonnage. Then this wine is blended with 15% of Frore de Carme wine from the previous vintage that has 12.5 months aging.

Residual sugar: Less than 2 g/l.

Nose: Candied citrus, nectarines and peaches, white flowers, mineral.

Taste: Very elegant, ripe fruits, and balsamic from lees, licorice and fennel.

Color: Straw, light golden yellow with glints of green, neat, and shiny.

Gastronomy: Perfect with all types of seafood, oysters, fish tacos, fresh pastas, white meats.

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Talking About the Wines:  

-Vinous Media,  June '21  gave 92 points to 2018 Envidiacochina.  “Pale chartreuse. Vibrant citrus zest, quince, pear and honeysuckle aromas show fine clarity and minerally lift. Tightly focused and dry on the palate, offering fresh citrus and orchard fruit flavors that deepen slowly with air. Shows firm grip and nervy mineral cut on the impressively long, detailed finish, which leaves a hint of saltiness behind.”

-International Wine Review, Dec '20, gave 92 points to 2019 Envidiacochina. -“A complex nose of stone fruit, citrus, and a hint of thyme leads to a full, flavorful and creamy palate that exudes a lemon curd flavor that persists on a rich, long finish with excellent balancing acidity. A delicious and unique Albariño. 100% Albariño from vines of an average 30 years of age, fermented with ambient yeasts in stainless steel and aged 6 months with weekly battonage, after which it is blended with 15% of Frore de Carme Albariño from the previous vintage.”

-Vinous Media (Spain’s Northern Regions Keep it Cool), Mar ’19 gave 92 points to 2017 Envidiacochina. “Pale, green-tinged yellow. A highly complex bouquet evokes ripe citrus fruits, white flowers, candied ginger and smoky minerals, along with a hint of anise that emerges as the wine opens up. Shows very good depth as well as energy to its sappy Meyer lemon, quince and honeysuckle flavors, which are braced by a core of juicy acidity. Shows sharp delineation and mineral bite on the clinging finish, which leaves a refreshingly bitter orange pith note behind.”