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.

Venification: Skin contact, spontaneous fermentation with wild yeast.

Aging: 6-month aging on lees in stainless steel tank with monthly

Residual sugar: Less than 2 g/l.

Nose: Candied citrus peel, apricots, white peaches, floral notes of
honeysuckle, minerality.

Taste: Fresh citrus, crisp apple, mineral notes, balanced acidity, structured long and lingering finish.

Color: Straw yellow, clean, and bright.

Gastronomy: Fresh fish and shellfish, rice dishes, roasted
vegetables, light game birds.

La Ola means “The Wave”.

Talking About the Wines:

-International Wine Review, Dec '20 gave 91 points to 2018 La Ola. “Gold tinged yellow straw. Aromas of bay leaf, dried stone fruit, and chamomile. Rich, almost creamy, on a savory palate with notes of dried stone fruit and a melange of dried herbs. Firm acidity kicks in on the finish. 100% Albariño given a 8-10 hour cold soak, then fermented with ambient yeasts in stainless steel; 6 months aging on lees with weekly battonage.”

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