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Albariño "Ambar", Granbazán
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Albariño "Ambar", Granbazán - 2017

Item # 42309 750mL
$21.99/ Single Bottle
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Tasting Notes

One of the top producers of serious Albariño in Spain. Granbazán makes a couple different types, this "Ambar" is their best - made from free-run juice only. Floral and dry, with aromas of limes and stony fruit. Minerally and made to last.


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Staff Pick Notes

Looking for something to pair with seafood? Look no further than this delicious Albariño. It has some bright but restrained fruit to it--more peach skin than peach flesh, and more lime blossom than lime. On the palate, there is great minerality and salinity, bringing to mind a sea breeze. It finishes with dry clarity, which could cut through richer dishes, or enhance the brightness of lighter dishes. A great food wine; pair it with fish tacos, crab cakes, or any lighter seafood dish.

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