Made from grapes coming from the 40 hectares of vineyards owned by the company, this Spanish white wine was produced combining the "free-run" juice with a portion of the wine must that was cold-macerated with the skins for 24 hours, resulting in an enhanced aromatic expression.
Fermentation of both musts took place separately in stainless steel tanks. Then Torre La Moreira 2018 was blended and bottled.
Elegant label with Braille printing.
The Galician white wine Torre La Moreira from Rías Baixas has a clean, bright, pale yellow colour with some greenish glints.
Clear notes of pears, apples and freshly cut grass, evolving into aromas of citrus, pomelo rind and tropical fruit. A well-defined, characterful Albariño by Marqués de Vizhoja.
Medium-bodied and fresh, with subtle notions of white fruit, citrus, aromatic herbs, and dim mineral undertones. This young Albariño has an unctuous, slightly bitter finish.
|Our personal opinion||
A well-crafted, gulpable Albariño, Torre La Moreira 2018 will pair nicely with, for instance, sauteed shrimp.
Torre La Moreira 2017:
Torre La Moreira 2016:
|Bottle size||75 cl|
|Should this wine be decanted?||No|
|Does this wine follow the guidelines of biodynamic Farming?||No|
|Is this product free of sulfites?||No|
|Type of ageing||No|
|Number of months aged in Barrels||No|
|Name of Award||No|
|Percentage of variety||No|
|Pairings||Baked whitefish, bluefish, Curred fish, Fish and gravey, Grilled fish, Grilled whitefish, Pasta with fish, Rice with fish, Soup and rice, White meat with gravy, Whitefish salads|
|Taste||Fresh and dry, Fruity and Fresh|
|Occasion||Aperitif, Dinner with friends, Family reunion, Romantic Dinner, To bring to an engagement|
Loving this wine more and more!!
This Albariño is very pleasant. Creamy, exotic, very inviting. My guests were delighted with it.