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The best Bio Wine at the Uvinum Awards for the Best Wines of 2018
The respect that a family has for its heritage and traditions and three generations dedicated to caring for vineyards have made the Zárate wineries of the Rías Baixas Denomination of Origin an endearing and unique place that together with the wisdom and modern techniques produce the highest quality wines.
Zárate 2017, made from high quality Albariño grapes, is well-known for its pale yellow color with subtle green reflections; powerful aromas of fresh fruits with a mineral background; and for its vibrant acidity and fresh and elegant taste on the palate.
All this makes this an extraordinary quality wine that is fresh, balanced and elegant, the perfect appetizer and the ideal wine to accompany fish, seafood and sushi.
Elaboration of Zarate 2017
Zarate 2017 (Albariño)
TASTING NOTES OF Zarate 2017:
- View: pale yellow, straw, greenish hues.
- Nose: Albariño primary aromas, fruity notes and mineral background.
- Mouth: fresh, stylish, vibrant acidity.
APPELLATION: Rias Baixas.
AGEING: 3 months on lees.
PREPARATION: destemmed grapes, gently pressed, after a slight desfanfado, fermentadp a stainless steel tank.
PAIRING: as an aperitif, with queers, fish and sushi.
TEMPERATURE: 8-10 °C
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 12.6%
How to serve
In the hands of the family Zárate His beginnings one of the oldest and most traditional cellars of Albariño from Rías Baixas Denomination of Origin. Located in a small, secluded valley farm Salnes took three generations of dedication to the care of the vines and the production of Albariño, keeping a past that becomes legitimate heirs of one of the oldest traditions. It is the respect that the family has held for the past and the legacy of its congeners, which makes this winery Salnes an intimate, unique and full of memories corner.More about the Winery
Reviews of Zarate 2017
Goes well with any kind of fish .
It's always good to share wine, but this one's special.
The typical colour of white. In my opinion, the Zárate Albariño smelled like mango, banana and pear. I enjoyed it a long time.